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Editor Eric Olson selects the best student housing that money can buy in the city.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst calls on legislators to send help.

Editor Eric Olson pens columns highlighting the best of the Springfield area.

Jeff Childs, the chamber's 2019 board chairman, brings home observations from Jefferson City.

Columnist Francine Pratt: “We know that with the high demand on talent, individuals change jobs more frequently than historically.”

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four selections from Left Coast Estate.

Columnist Mark Holmes: “If no one seems to know what’s going on with the customer’s issue when they call, it creates friction.”

Springfield creativity is on tap in a new ad from Mother’s Brewing Co. Web Editor Geoff Pickle takes a close look.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl applauds lawmakers for bills impacting rural areas in the Show-Me State.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein picks out some beverages to try as the selection floods the marketplace.

Burrell CEO C.J. Davis discusses the topic as part of Mental Health Awareness Month.

For modern training, columnist Ellen Rohr merges YouTube and written manuals; she says both have a place.

Features Editor Christine Temple unpacks the Mayor’s Commission on Children’s latest Readiness for Kindergarten study.

Columnist Francine Pratt: “Employers have been attracting local and global leaders to Springfield for quite some time. Retention rates are enhanced when new leaders engage with and network in the community.”

Editor Eric Olson: The New History Museum on the Square is worth the wait — and it’s almost over.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein suggests seven selections.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl examines a recent Department of Agriculture census.

I often recall a Missouri State University theater class I took my freshman year in which the concept of willing suspension of disbelief was first introduced to me. This is the key to true …

SBA’s Tom Salisbury recommends entrepreneurs connect with $500,000 in grant funding.

Columnist Mar’Ellen Felin says make Springfield what you want it to be — you never know what might happen.

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