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Home Sweet Homecare, an in-home, non-medical caregiving service, is celebrating its first full year in business. According to owners Andrea and Richard Eddy, the business has grown from three to 21 employees in the past 12 months.

Trans World Airlines Inc. reports that in the fourth quarter of 1997, TWA carried the most passengers of any fourth quarter since 1989. The airline also stated it cancelled 6,000 fewer flights in 1997 than in 1996.

School of Massage Arts has received certification approval from the Missouri State Board for Proprietary Certification. Kirby Holbrook, director of the school, said the School of Massage Arts is the first certified massage school in Springfield and the fourth in Missouri.

Z-Tech reported record-breaking profits in 1997 and is distributing more than $35,000 to eligible production employees. To be eligible, employees had to attend two classes designed to give them knowledge to become a member of Z-Tech's open-book management team.

Vatterott College in Springfield received approval from the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology for a 90-week associate of occupational studies degree. Students began classes for in the program, "Computer Programming and Network Technology" Feb. 9.

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