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CU seeks to expand budget

A decision on 5% increase ultimately is City Council’s to make.

Financing for Neosho-based Ridge Road Farms was processed by the Springfield company.

Justin Arnold succeeds Tim Clothier, who took on the top role in O’Fallon.

However, local pay is the worst in Missouri.

A misunderstanding was involved with an earlier tie vote.

At the end of July, the Federal Reserve switched gears on interest rates, dropping its target for the key federal funds rate.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, contracting, education, energy, government, health care, marketing, municipal and nonprofit.

Alpine Aviation Group produces airline equipment in Ozark.

It alleges unpaid property taxes and a nuisance violation on property she owns

The body votes unanimously to establish the community improvement district.

Legal, government and nonprofit officials are among the honorees.

City Council now is scheduled to hear suggestions from city staff next month.

Area voters would have to pass a 1% retail sales tax to fund improvements.

CenturyLink will lease network to connect businesses and homes with high-speed internet.

An estimated $8 million new greenway trail spanning nearly 7.5 miles is in the planning phase.

Shane Schoeller has dedicated his life to public service.

With decades of legal and military experience under his belt, Abe McGull has built his professional career on public service.

Willard Police Department Chief Tom McClain has set the bar high for his officers, and it’s a lifestyle he strives to lead by example.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

Joel Alexander brought more than a decade of news experience to City Utilities of Springfield, where he’s continued his work keeping people up to date with important information.

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