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Inaugural season for PBR Team Series debuts in June.

Both organizations cite rising local COVID-19 case counts as reason for delay.

The Social Birdy combines a restaurant with sports, such as golf and pickleball.

Kirk Wheeler is asking $500,000 for business and property.

Additionally, CoxHealth seeks health care students amid surge, and the Health Department urges vaccinations.

Springfield Identity Project's proposal is adopted.

The owners of Wire Road Brewing Co. plan a Jan. 17 opening.

The Missouri Thunder will compete in Ridgedale at the Thunder Ridge venue.

Craig Henley is raising money for charity for fatherless children.

They said it. We're reporting it. Fourteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2022.

After four years of inactivity, infill work has begun in downtown Springfield for what will become a new entry in Marriott International Inc.’s (Nasdaq: MAR) Moxy Hotels brand.  

Payne's Valley is named best new public course in North America.

Stan Field succeeds Jeffrey Bourk as executive director.

The retailer is matching donations dollar for dollar up to $20,000.

Gary Ellison is the 2022 Pinnacle recipient.

An Old Time Christmas is recognized by USA Today and its readers.

A Springfield resident responds to the city's request for feedback on flag proposal.

After Ryan Mooney's exit, the organization makes two high-profile interim appointments as a search is launched.

The Springfield nonprofit comes out on top for inaugural STOP Award recognizing education work.

The product catches the eye of younger generations, as well as The Wall Street Journal.

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From the Ground Up: Convoy of Hope headquarters and training center

On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.

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