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Nixa adopts 5-year strategic plan

Economic investments, such as an industrial park, are among the goals.

A driveway permit is at issue in the case.

Announcing her plans on Facebook, she says work must continue to improve Zone 1.

The Greene County Commission approves more than $544,000 in latest round.

Christine Temple interviewed local women on their journey to the top of their professions, and the challenges and triumphs they faced along the way.

Revenue Department is slow to respond to applicants, citing COVID-19 issues.

Snyder Construction Group is general contractor for the project.

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

Councilperson pays nearly $3,500 to the city.

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

The councilperson pays nearly $3,500 to the city and denies wrongdoing.

Officials discuss the survey results.

Terry Tolbert of Tolbert & Beadle LLC and his wife, Kat, a real estate agent, are the managing brokers.

Rehabs coming for nearly 300 multifamily units for low- and moderate-income properties.

The incumbent Republican earns nearly 57% approval in the bout against the state auditor.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks indicates how state residents have influenced the nation.

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

The operator of Beebe’s Roaring River Waterslide admits he did not pay all of his taxes.

Council also sets up a November vote regarding a redevelopment plan near a so-called pocket neighborhood on East Cherry Street.

At stake is Missouri’s 197 legislative districts, with representation by 34 senators and 163 members of the House of Representatives.

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