The board appoints a third-generation family member to the top post.
The local area ranks 83rd among 114 Missouri counties for tax burdens to residents.
Local residents make an average $789 weekly in the second quarter.
The organization’s board plans to hire a replacement by mid-January.
Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.
The MSA is one of three statewide to hit the improvement benchmark.
A recent graduate takes over as coordinator for the young professionals organization, while a legislative assistant also comes on board.
The Springfield chapter of The Indivisible Project rallies against legislation working its way through Congress.
The state issues a $2.65 million check to the city for November.
Freeway Ministries plans to renovate the building for its headquarters.
A new campus master plan for the university spans 25 years, with Phase I beginning in early 2018.
An executive branch deputy counsel provides an update on the “No MO Red Tape” campaign.
The local ballot also includes county and city of Battlefield tax issues.
The state designation puts its business park on the map for companies looking to build new projects.
Several business entities would be affected if the legislature follows through on a new report.
The college is bringing on new property transferred from the city of Hollister.
Stan Dobbins will take on the job Jan. 1 as the municipality searches for a new law enforcement leader.
The city will update four parks and update sidewalks at several locations.
Additional changes are possible at the annual event.
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Black Sheep A.S.A.P. opened; O’Reilly Development Co. LLC completed the final phase of The Castlewood Senior Living; and Red Tree Church moved.
“Being in higher education, we kind of devour books,” says Carol Taylor, President of Evangel University. She recommends Angela Duckworth’s “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.” …