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City to apply for $17.5M workforce training grant 

Money would provide training in health care, transportation logistics and child care. 

The Greene County clerk also is elected president of the Missouri Association of County Clerks and Election Authorities.

It's part of larger expansion plans using voter-approved taxes.

A section of South Avenue will serve as a potential vision of Springfield’s future.

The federal legislator also discussed national issues while in Springfield. 

Melanie Stinnett seeks the District 133 seat.

Clifford Brown, 79, practiced law for nearly five decades.

SBJ survey data is used to analyze the flow of money.

Attorney Robert Petrowsky lays out changes impacting businesses.

Attorney Kevin Dunaway: "Law firms, big and small, need a committee focused on the future. When looking at a law firm’s horizon, the questions become many."

SBJ interviews the owner of Donelan Law LLC.

He practiced law locally for more than five decades.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, design, education, health care, hospitality, law, marketing and nonprofit.

At council meeting, business owner touts successful collaborations and asks that they serve as a model .

Read the profiles of this year's class.

The former state legislator now is seeking the position in Washington, D.C., currently held by Billy Long.

They'll receive up to $1,500 apiece, based on financial need.

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