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After a three-month public pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, city officials have begun crafting a vision for the next 20 years in Springfield.

Officials say project could be catalyst for downtown economic development.

Sho-Me Power Electric Cooperative is adding an operations center to its longtime headquarters in Marshfield.

Average residential users will see a $1.69 per month jump.

The Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl says mental health issues have added to financial worries.

The funding goes toward the Center for Advanced Manufacturing.

Myriad industries are highlighted in the 10th annual class.

The initiative is part of the city's latest 20-year plan.

The farm's co-owner takes over operations of the cafe.

Aton Marketing's Marcus Aton: "Residents want work-life balance, and the ability to enjoy the outdoors contributes to that."

Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl: "A reliable and affordable meat supply is important, and market consolidation can harm both of these goals."

SBJ interviews the city of Springfield's director of environmental services.

SBJ recognizes up-and-comers in the area.

As utility counsel at City Utilities of Springfield, Maurice Moss knows that his work impacts the everyday lives of his fellow residents.

Four words from his mentor have impacted Thomas Bieker since joining Environmental Works Inc. in 2014. “Just go do you.”

The federal funding is earmarked to clean up contaminated areas.

The executives are returning to the utility after working for other companies.

SBJ honors the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.

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