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Baseball, at its Purest
Major League Baseball spring training has attracted several Springfield businesspeople to Florida’s warm climate during school breaks this year.

No Laughing Matter
A collaborative student exhibit that combines poetry, art, film, music and theater got its start from a fortune cookie.

Hoops for a Cause
Area Rotary clubs have raised more than $100,000 for Special Olympics of Missouri from its annual fundraising basketball games.

Puppet Masters on the River

As winter conditions thaw, fishermen in the Ozarks are returning to the waters.

What can a shoe do?

One Sole Purpose and Soles For Christ are doing whatever they can to replace the shoes for individuals locally and around the globe.

Battle of Newtonia
Advertising veteran Paul Wannenmacher has carved out his third documentary, showing the serious, storytelling side of the creative guru.

The Sounds of Summer
As Major League Baseball opening day nears, music played in all baseball parks could have an Ozarks touch.

Got the Time?

For those whose New Year’s resolution was to volunteer more in the community, opportunities abound with local organizations.

It's Hip to be Bear
Missouri State Bears basketball games are drawing more fans than the team’s previous home court could hold.

Old Sign, New Gig
This sign has a story to tell, and officials with O’Reilly Automotive Inc. and local restaurant Doe’s Eat Place intend to make sure that the story lives on.
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