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The Board of Public Utilities now works to replace its highest-paid general manager.

The Ride the Ducks Branson captain, general manager and operations supervisor are named in an indictment.

Six Texas men now have been ordered to serve time in prison.

The state’s unemployment rate remains the same.

The planned increase is a step toward improving the city’s aging sewer system.

The vote marks the second time this month the governing body did not add a building to the Springfield Historic Register.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of renovations were funded by donations.

Caleb Arthur of Sun Solar aims to re-energize the funding board.

Market analysis for city-owned land also is being sought from engineers CFS.

Negotiations on a five-year lease end with purchase agreement in place for 2020.

The C-Street Community Improvement District brought things to life, but there’s still work to be done.

Greenway Capital is developing Northgate Apartments.

Missourians will get $4.7 million, Attorney General Eric Schmitt announces.

Scott Miller will exit after more than eight years with the municipal utility company.

Robin Raveendran may face up to five years in federal prison.

Market analysis for city-owned land also is being sought.

A Goodson resident is accused of defrauding a Polk County victim.

The June figure of $4.4 million represents transactions from April.

The Sequiota Store/Treadway’s General Store & Gas Station vote narrowly fails 5-4.

Residents are asked to weigh in on economic development and other topics.

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