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Springfield Economic Vitality Director Amanda Ohlensehlen: "The vision of Forward SGF is aspirational and demonstrates the impressive inventory of natural and cultural assets that are prevalent in our region."

Certified financial planner Kenny Gott: "You don’t need to outguess the stock market for it to grow your money."

SBJ interviews the city administrator of Branson.

As the April 2 election approaches with seven candidates vying for three seats on the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education, the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce is looking to educate its members on their positions.

Ex-FBI official settles into Bolivar leadership role.

Forward SGF, the city’s 20-year comprehensive plan adopted in November 2022, calls for an overhaul of the land development code, which determines land use regulations within the city limits.

ARPA committee recommends $1.1 million for shelter.

The U.S. Department of Labor finalized and issued a new rule earlier this month that impacts how businesses classify independent contractors.

For the second time in as many years, legislation to support the child care industry that state officials say has bipartisan support is seeking passage in Jefferson City.

Judge Derek Ankrom gives the attorneys in the case two weeks to file summaries for him to consider in his decision on the commercial development at the corner of Sunshine and National.

Longtime city employee Jim Fisher begins the new role Jan. 28.

One did not gather enough signatures, according to a district official.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses bills with unrelated issues added to them.

Council had originally considered a measure that would have rejected Council of Churches of the Ozarks’ funding bid. 

Lynne Haggerman of Lynne Haggerman & Associates goes over recent law changes impacting employers.

SBJ interviews the new city attorney for Springfield.

Trial to weigh enforceability of deed restrictions.

The process of annexing land into Springfield city limits may soon look very different if legislation proposed by Missouri Sen. Curtis Trent, R-Springfield, is adopted by the state General Assembly.

As a presidential election looms 10 months from now, local and state officials say the outlook for the Missouri General Assembly’s 2024 legislative session is looking like a mixed bag.

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