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Newsmakers: May 28-June 3, 2018

Newsmakers in the areas of construction, education, health care, insurance and legal.

Lynn Coffey says he leads by example. He doesn’t just talk the talk.

The financial world is rules-bound, and Tammy Short knows education finance creates many additional layers of rules to follow.

Eleven other companies are honored as finalists at The Old Glass Place.

Amid the “fake news” playfully peppered into the script by emcee Greg Burris, there was nothing fake about the accomplishments of the winners last night.

David Geisler awaits fallout of Jim Kerns’ jury trial next month.

The former “Price is Right” host continues his support of the university’s animal studies program.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, construction, education, health care and manufacturing.

New Hammons trust to get Hammons Field and lease agreements with Cardinals and MSU.

Crews are expected to start work in October on a facility improvement project.

Bryan Magers is developing the residence hall, which would be sold to the school upon completion if approved by the governors.

Officials will explore whether to pursue another bond proposal after last year’s initiative failed.

Clif Smart says $6.5 million in appropriations would be restored under the state budget, pending approval by the governor.

Building owner and community advocate Amy Blansit speaks at SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.

The school’s new diesel training facility is expected to open by fall 2019.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking & finance, education, engineering and government.

Springfield officials are poised to help rouse the potential for millions of dollars in private development.

Michael Methvin succeeds Bret Range in an elementary learning role.

Hal Higdon plans to attend a June event hosted by the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Brooks Miller joins the 10-member governing body for the Kirksville university.

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