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New categories added to the Dynamic Dozen awards.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, government, health care and media.

Local firms submitted 26 projects showcasing their expertise and portfolios.

The plan is largely contingent on vaccinations and case count.

Results of the city’s 2021 Momentum State of the Workforce Survey revealed a high number of respondents struggling to find qualified applicants, among other concerns, in a year disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

A hip joint franchise opened; Cup of Joe’s launched in Nixa; and CBD store Health and Endocan Products LLC got its start.

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on local nonprofits parallel the nationwide nonprofit sector in some ways, while in others they defy the norms.

The governor indicates “vulnerable communities” will be a priority.

Coronavirus safety measures are slated to be in place for the March 17 launch.

Columnist LaDonna Greiner recommends "walk and talks."

Columnist David Raney: "Ongoing investment in physical and virtual infrastructure is critical to ensuring patients have access to the health care services they need."

Columnist Marlene Chism: "Hundreds of books have been written about succession planning, but there’s one skill set often overlooked when it comes to leadership advancement in health care: Conflict capacity."

Mercy Springfield Communities' new chief medical officer says herd immunity may be on the way this year for COVID-19, but an annual booster shot is likely to combat the virus.

When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the Ozarks, it shut down most revenue streams for area hospitals almost overnight.

Commercial Street vintage furniture and clothing shop Gypsy Girl Junk moved across the street; Equality Healthcare LLC expanded; and authorized Apple product retailer Simply Inc. (OTC: SIM) relocated its sole Springfield store.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, law and media.

Medical professionals are 'cautiously optimistic' as pandemic continues.

The COVID-19 pandemic prompted organizers to cancel last year’s business event.

Gov. Mike Parson announces the transition that impacts job sectors such as public education and information technology.

Over 80% in health care sector note struggles to find qualified applicants.

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