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Nonfarm industries drop 1,600 jobs in December, according to the state Department of Economic Development.

The city moves forward with a campaign on coordinated trash collection.

Strategic Government Resources is accepting applications through Feb. 16.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, government, legal, media, municipal and nonprofit.

The city of Springfield took its first step toward launching a new outreach initiative.

She’ll meet with other elected officials this year to help set policy goals for municipalities.

Positive December and January totals follow three months of missed forecasts by city officials.

Wendy Garrison succeeds Becky Borthwick, who was promoted by former Gov. Jay Nixon in April 2016.

Officials consider rule changes as short-term rentals grow in popularity.

The total is 11 percent higher than in 2017, with the general revenue fund climbing 27 percent.

The governor delivers his second address in Jefferson City.

City Council is poised to approve public education and input initiatives next week.

The order is for 18 months in prison and full restitution payments.

Newsmakers in the areas of consulting, education, entrepreneurism, health care, hospitality, law enforcement, legal, municipal and nonprofit.

In his role for 10 years, Jeff Coiner leads a 32-employee department tasked with developing, implementing and maintaining the city’s technology systems.

Clay Goddard began his tenure as Springfield-Greene County Health Department’s new director with the kick off of a mental health needs assessment.

Change One Thousand targets several industries and seeks to aide Zone 1 residents.

Timothy Garrison awaits a presidential nomination and Senate approval.

Michael Cordonnier succeeds Thomas Mountjoy, who held the position for eight years.

The company joins a growing list of companies rewarding employees after federal changes.

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