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Newsmakers: Nov. 23-29, 2020

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, government, health care, human resources and law.

Local hospital leaders say COVID-19 hospitalizations are reaching critical levels.

Columnist Steve Albrecht says medical marijuana in Missouri puts drug testing burdens on employers.

The Greene County Commission approves more than $264,000 in latest round.

Counseling will be provided to employees and students.

Officials cite efforts to mitigate COVID-19 exposure risks.

Ollis/Akers/Arney president joins state insurance board to help agencies remain independent.

Officials discuss the survey results.

Springfield agency’s video for Thermbot fuels Kickstarter campaign to smash $18K goal.

The project was completed over four years and three phases.

Rankings released this morning reveal the best and worst places for U.S. military veterans to live out of the largest 100 cities in America. The top two cities are Orlando, Florida, No. 1, and …

CMH Properties is slated to develop the facility.

The starting flag is about to be waved in Springfield for medical marijuana dispensaries.

In-network coverage is now systemwide.

Down the home stretch in the Missouri governor’s race, contender Nicole Galloway holds a narrow lead – financially speaking – over incumbent Mike Parson.

Dr. David Barbe plans to use his platform, in part, to address health care inequities.

The construction project has a $5 million budget.

The jobless figure continues to decrease from a peak in April.

Ollis/Akers/Arney's Cameron Black says "wellness ... is perhaps the one constant that you can rely on at any time."

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