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City Beat: College of the Ozarks seeks SGF rezoning

Also, City Utilities presents its 2020 budget.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertising, engineering, government, health care, law and real estate.

Nearly 100 businesses are vying for medical marijuana production and distribution licenses in Springfield.

City officials expect collections to still finish near 2018 record of $13.6 million.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst defends Senate Bill 391.

Macy Mitchell and Dave Gragg are running in 2020 for Jeff Messenger’s seat.

St. Louis-based RubinBrown LLP covers the Art Museum, Planning and Development and the Health Department.

The request involves a former Price Cutter in the Queen City.

The governor points to a strong Missouri economy, and his competitor responds.

Features Editor Christine Temple says state legislators should be addressing the cliff effect.

Second quarter aggregate net income across the nation rises 4.1% to $62.6 billion.

Guest columnist Eric Bohl says the state Farm Bureau is among 15 members participating in a group commissioned by the governor.

Don Davis of Commerce Trust Co. unpacks changes in the bond market and how that affects the economy.

The city expects a summer 2020 opening to expand capacity.

A state grant will fund 90% of two new corporate hangars.

Springfield utility finishes in Top 10 in national ranking.

Alpine Aviation and Creative Audio are the first recruitment wins for new economic development group.

The latest sentencing involves his stints with Nakato Japanese Steakhouse and Gold Mountain Communications.

A new Missouri law allows the self-funded health plan to roll out to more employers.

She’ll deliver the keynote address at the college’s fall convocation.

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