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A Marshfield man and his wife were convicted last year for fraud schemes of more than $1 million.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, education, government, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.

SRC Holdings Corp. CEO Jack Stack says a recession is inevitable.

Are you looking for reasons why you aren’t achieving your business goals? Sherry Coker, Executive Director at the OTC Center for Workforce Development, says to make sure you’re addressing …

As moratorium expires, officials outline community improvement district on South Lone Pine.

However, local pay is the worst in Missouri.

Staff created a five-year, consolidated plan for the increased federal dollars.

The state will next announce selections for cultivation facilities.

There are fewer people filling the lobby at Penmac Staffing Services Inc.’s Springfield office in recent weeks. But that’s not because people aren’t seeking work.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, manufacturing, municipal, retail and technology.

The deal allows students to more easily transfer for bachelor’s degrees.

Gov. Mike Parson visits Springfield, indicating the individual is in their 20s.

Pamela Van Drie previously was convicted for running multiple fraud schemes with her husband.

Nearly a dozen local applications were submitted to the state for the competitive license.

Sam Smith assumes his new role on Feb. 1.

Tim Guillot and Thom Lundberg, partners with Esterly Schneider & Associates say architecture is more than designing a space to fit physical needs. It should also improve emotional well-being. …

Sherry Coker, Executive Director at the OTC Center for Workforce Development, says your business is like a baseball team — every team needs a coach and the best teams have specialized coaches to …

The national jobless rate remains at 3.6% for the month of May.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, construction, education, government, health care, nonprofit and sales.

When it comes to health care billing concerns by those being tested for COVID-19, local insurance representatives’ message is simple: You’re covered.

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