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Two local colleges picked for $566K in state nursing grants

Bolivar Technical and Cox colleges were selected among 11 organizations statewide.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, nonprofit and sales.

A mobile integrated health care unit is being created.

An office for iTooth Family Dentistry is scheduled to open next year.

Randall Halley at one point was the top doctor in Missouri prescribing the fentanyl drug Subsys, according to court documents.

A 2-acre parcel adjacent to a competing health system is being developed into a two-story CoxHealth clinic with a basement.

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

Two veterans in the wellness industry teamed up for their first ownership venture; Triple Diamond Real Estate LLC moved; and the Springfield-Greene County Library District opened Library Express East.

The newest marijuana-infused creation to come from a Springfield manufacturing lab is a collaboration with a local coffee company that officials say is the first such product in the state.

The Queen City scores the highest in the category of housing.

A COO is hired, and an employee is promoted to chief nursing officer.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, law, nonprofit and real estate.

The newest store for Springfield-based chain Andy’s Frozen Custard Inc. opened; a Marshfield bookstore that opened in March and closed two months later came under new ownership; and Hippos Marijuana Dispensary opened its second of three planned shops in Missouri.

Dr. Keith Butvilas is scheduled to start Dec. 1 at the Bolivar health care system.

For 23 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

An in-house executive promotion also is made for the nonprofit's Southwest Region operations.

Students and staff can see providers without leaving school.

Diagnostic Thinking CEO Dina Readinger recommends giving employees reasons to stay.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses the health care industry with local leaders.

Missouri State University professor Christopher Lupfer: "More collaborations between businesses and academia can benefit both sectors."

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