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C of O files appeal in federal gender housing case

The private Christian school goes to the circuit court level to maintain its dorm policies.

Douglas Richardson is ordered to pay $8.8 million in restitution to victims.

The Republican seeks the seat being vacated by Roy Blunt.

The fund currently has a balance of more than $680,000.

Rep. Brad Hudson, R-Cape Fair, joins other members including Sen. Lincoln Hough, R-Springfield, and Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe.

Aside from the Springfield Fire Department’s standard tasks to help keep the community safe, the next several years also will be busy with  capital improvement projects currently surpassing $10 million.

Audrey Pauls will maintain business ownership while in law school.

Action reveals conflict between city and state law.

The organization will continue to educate students about opioids.

The mayor takes a look back at the pandemic and the municipality’s steps to address it.

The city’s fiscal 2022 tax levy is slated to remain at the current rate.  

Two months into production of its marijuana-infused products, output is reaching new heights at Heartland Labs.

Plaintiffs alleged violations of the U.S. and Missouri constitutions in litigation filed last summer.

The Springfield attorney and representative is selected to lead Noble Health Corp.'s latest venture in Kansas City.

Judge Donald Burrell Jr., of Springfield, was one of three qualifiers.

The decision blocks an election ballot that was slated for August.

The city’s current regulations, including mandatory masking, expire on May 27.

Emily Givens and Abe McGull are the new directors.

Bob Dixon is picked to represent Missouri on the National Association of Counties.

SBJ unveils the 2021 Economic Impact Awards honorees.

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