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Myleah Shrimpton of Ollis/Akers/Arney: "Although I prefer to have solid solutions before bringing an issue to the table, I have come to realize my position is just as much about educating as it is advocating."

Angela Huff of BKD: "The pandemic ushered in the need to provide care in the home in ways that previously had been limited."

Brock Shamel of Cox Medical Group: "Having top-quality services, especially in health care, is crucial. It is paramount to have highly skilled providers who can offer care that is appropriate and delivered correctly."

Columnist Gary Wood: "COVID-19 presented challenges for everyone. For bankers, certified public accountants and other finance professionals across the nation, it put us on the front lines of economic recovery."

Guaranty Bank's Stephanie Rutledge: "Banks shouldn’t expect a return to historical norms, not when the usefulness of digital simplifies life so significantly."

Darr Family Foundation's Heather Zoromski: "As the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way work and life intersect, women have disproportionally been negatively impacted as they have been forced to juggle roles as essential workers, mothers and caregivers."

Americans change jobs a lot; columnist Paula Dougherty says those moves can impact the nest egg.

Sun Solar's Caleb Arthur: "Given bipartisan congressional support, approval for the federal accelerator could come by September."

The chamber's Sandy Howard outlines successes in the Missouri General Assembly's legislative session.

MSU's Stephanie Hein: "No other industry was hit harder by COVID-19 than the hospitality industry."

Arvest Bank's Jami Dressler says "mortgages are large investments and long-term commitments, making the process stressful for many clients."

Downtown Springfield Association's Rusty Worley has "observations from downtown small businesses that not only survived the economic storm but also are well positioned to emerge stronger from it."

Columnist Marlene Chism gives networking tips.

Columnist Lynne Haggerman outlines Biden administration changes.

Attorney Andy Peebles asks: "Is a website a place of public accommodation subject to the ADA?"

Evangel's Mark Fabian: "The experiences of this past year are reshaping the forecasts for higher education."

417 Marketing's Ryan Baker discusses the SCARF model.

SCA's Megan Short says "employees who are engaged, appreciated and able to grow are more likely to stay with a company."

Banker Byron Pierce has post-pandemic steps to consider.

Arvest's Summer Massey says "a common misconception about an exit strategy is that it's there to set a hard and fast deadline to force you out of your business."

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