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Rotary and Rotaract officials are re-evaluating the event.

The honorees of this year’s Economic Impact Awards embody what’s possible when talented people come together with innovative ideas to spur growth for our region.

Toni Robinson is using the top role within the NAACP Springfield chapter as a platform to make the community more inclusive, an ambition that could have far-reaching cultural and economic impacts.

Ozarks Community Health Center formed a partnership with the Dade County Health Department to bring dental care to low-income residents.

Individual awards also are announced for the 2020 Dynamic Dozen.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One idea is to use an employee outing day to volunteer for an organization so you can accomplish …

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

“A common misconception is that structural engineers are only needed from the initial design phase of a building,” says Travis Miller, Owner and Senior Structural Engineer with Miller …

Karen Scott leaves the nonprofit she founded with Shawn Askinosie in 2000.

He’s bringing author Stedman Graham to Springfield for an event on leadership and diversity.

From its base in Springfield, Convoy of Hope provides humanitarian aid on a global scale.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, education, health care and nonprofit.

He’s an up-and-comer with a super talent for networking. With a fresh take on inclusion, the aspiring family counselor aims to change southwest Missouri for the better.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of renovations were funded by donations.

The ex-Arkansas lobbyist also must pay $3.7 million to the government.

The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch is expanding its housing for children transitioning out of foster care.

For 30 years, she has demonstrated unwavering dedication to ending the AIDS epidemic in southwest Missouri.

The Missouri Housing Development Commission recollected funds, officials say.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, hospitality, law and nonprofit.

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