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Newsmakers: April 8-14, 2024

Newsmakers in the areas of athletics, banking & finance, chambers of commerce, health care, information technology, marketing, nonprofit and transportation.

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Police spokesperson says department has nearly 1,000 available devices meant to curb vehicle thefts.

The company's annual proxy filing with the SEC shows a mixed bag with increases and decreases in total compensation.

Fly SPS, launched in August 2023, is a two-year career and technical education program through the district that allows high school students to earn high school credit and, upon graduation, 27 hours of college credit and a private pilot’s license.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Rene Frazier is promoted as Jeff Robinson retires.

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The John Deere dealership is helping to boost the education of diesel mechanics in the region.

Funding complete for Highway 65 overpass, officials say.

General aviation terminal expansion is set to wrap by August.

An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

Clear Creek Golf Car announces the purchase of Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles.

The companies rank No. 459 and 561, respectively, in report with 600 companies.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, engineering, food service, health care, hospitality and service.

The funding is part of nearly $1 billion awarded nationwide.

The Associated General Contractors of Missouri and the state’s highway department commit to developing an innovative transportation system in the state.

It’s been a long professional road for Prime Inc.’s Darrel Hopkins, but the veteran executive at the Springfield-based company is driving along some slightly different territory these days.

Summit Distributing is being purchased by an entity called KEG 1 Missouri.

Funding for the environmental examination was included in the governor's budget approved last summer.

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