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Newsmakers: July 15-21, 2024

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, government, health care, law and media.

Springfield also anticipates nearly $25M in funding for trail completion.

Officials expect $16M project to conclude by end of 2025.

Net income is $1.6 million for First Bancshares, company reports.

The southwest Missouri businesses are named among the top midsize companies in the United States.

Operations resume at the Harold K. Bengsch Building at the end of this month.

The low-interest loan is earmarked for upgrades to the city's wastewater treatment system.

Guest columnist Joe Shearrer discusses potential market volatility in the second half of 2024.

Together with announcement of trails grant, the bridge projects represent U.S. Department of Transportation funding of $27.7 million.

Scott Fitzpatrick's office is seeking to uncover potential financial irregularities.

The MSU Foundation raised roughly $36 million for the year that ended June 30.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, media, nonprofit and restaurant.

While Gov. Mike Parson’s fiscal 2025 budget has statewide cuts of around $1 billion, myriad Springfield projects are among those poised to receive funding with the stroke of the governor’s pen and legislative backing.

Guest columnist Chad Brueckner: "As stewards of the land, it is our responsibility to ensure that farming traditions endure, nourishing communities and feeding the world for generations to come."

The Decision-Makers’ Outlook publication explores themes such as business outlook and growth, operations planning, inflation impacts, cost of business factors and business owner exit strategies.

The home count marks the highest of the year so far.

Funds go toward 20 programs operated by 15 nonprofits.

Funding goes toward the university's new athletic facility that's nearing completion.

The Springfield-based organization announces more people can be served through Community Services Block Grant Program.

Mike Lawson succeeds Randy Johnson, who retired from the company.

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