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Audit of former Greene County Commission wraps with 'poor' grade

Nicole Galloway specifically calls out former Presiding Commissioner Bob Cirtin, who fires back in statement.

Historically low interest rates lead to big savings on Springfield government’s callable bonds. 

The nominees head to the governor to fill seat left by retired Judge Nancy Steffen Rahmeyer.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertising, architecture, banking & finance, communications, government and law.

American Rescue Plan Act funds could soon be used to provide retention pay for all full-time employees of Springfield’s police, fire and health departments.

Jobless figure is 3.7% in October, according to state data.

Carrie Long is accused of embezzling from Executive Coach Builders and Executive Bus Builders.

The job changes impact BKD, CoxHealth, Drury, Mueller Co. and Police Department.

Vendors are invited to submit bids for Library Center and Midtown Carnegie.

Ten people are slated to be recognized for their achievements at a luncheon next month.

Brian Gelner, co-owner of Heart of America Beverage Co., seeks the seat currently held by Eric Burlison.

Eric Schmitt's office alleges Sunshine Law violations for public records related to critical race theory training.

Proposal would allow employees vested in police and fire retirement plan to come back to work. 

New census figures do not require redistricting.

CFO, SPS and the Health Department are hosting an event as COVID-19 immunizations open to young children.

Still, the metro area is below the state average.

The community west of Springfield will conduct wastewater and collection system improvements.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks recounts errors in Missouri bills and how they were addressed.

Horses of Hope receives $350,000 in Missouri’s latest round of $5 million from the Neighborhood Assistance Program.

The city seeks to recoup its $2 million investment in the recreation project.

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