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Schools plans to use COVID-19 funds to help absorb costs.

The dust is starting to settle now that the race to secure a portion of the federal Paycheck Protection Program, for many, has passed.

Features Editor Christine Temple lays out hope for businesses post-COVID-19.

Making the monthly rent payment suddenly became more of a challenge for many businesses, as some had to temporarily shutter last month amid the response to COVID-19.

Auditor’s office refers whistleblower case to the Missouri Ethics Commission.

Officials say the Missouri Technology Corp., a major provider of funds, has been defunded.

The National Christian HomeSchool Basketball Championships will be held locally until at least 2025.

Employers juggle city orders to determine whether to remain open.

Columnist Paula Dougherty examines the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.

The funding is earmarked for the health center to cover staffing needs and care for COVID-19 patients.

The majority is federal funding as the state faces the coronavirus pandemic.

Attorney Michael Textor examines the legal aspects of the rules.

Springfield City Council approves a resolution of intent to issue Chapter 100 bonds to the company.

Officials add restrictions on occupancy in line with Gov. Mike Parson's edict.

The $2 trillion U.S. stimulus package includes funds for payroll protection, tax credits.

The KC Tenants group issues demands to the governor.

SBJ Editor Eric Olson urges the governor to set statewide restrictions to curb the coronavirus.

The Greene County coronavirus case count is now above 50.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issues a cease-and-desist letter for selling face masks at inflated prices.

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