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An independent survey reports satisfaction with open market and costs.

Activity is up 4 percent on added flights and larger aircraft, testifying to a healthy southwest Missouri economy.

The worker causes an evacuation after positioning a mysterious package in the store.

Juan Garcia signs on for the keynote presentation during the MOmentum: State of the Workforce program.

Christian County Courts is building a three-story office adjacent to its Justice Center on the Ozark square.

Business-oriented legislative goals focus on internet sales tax, workforce training and road maintenance.

Two others await sentencing for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, law, military, municipal and nonprofit.

The dais also approves a rezoning measure for north-side commercial development.

Andrew Wilson of the Show-Me Institute calls on legislators to cut tax credits.

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.

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