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Mayor Ken McClure is challenged, and Richard Ollis won't seek re-election.

Francine Pratt joins two other locals currently serving as governing members for the organization.

Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.

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

In November 2018, nearly two-thirds of Missouri voters approved Proposition B, an initiative that substantially increased the state’s minimum wage. The hike raised base pay to $12 per hour from $7.85 – a 53% increase – over five years, reaching that target on Jan. 1.

Urban Studios operates in Wilhoit Plaza.

MASBA aims to aid company owners with events and education.

Jeremy McCoy is slated to succeed Marian House after her exit.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

Eleven community members are the first governing leaders for the homeownership initiative.

Artgoers can view galleries from their devices, including virtual reality.

Clint Hall is joining the district from Gainesville schools.

Chris Johns becomes executive director of the school's Law Enforcement Academy.

The Senate Appropriations Committee is tasked with writing the state's fiscal year operating budget.

Greg Johnson remains CEO as two co-presidents are appointed.

A plan initiative dedicated to entrepreneurial stewardship calls for the city to cultivate an environment for entrepreneurship, business growth, living-working opportunities and startups.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, education, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.

Leveled Up Loot LLC, which owner Christopher Smith dubs a pop culture marketplace, opened; a dog-centered business concept morphed into another for a Marshfield couple; and an attorney with seven years of experience founded her own firm specializing in elder law.

Carl Rosenkranz retires after 51 years at the nonprofit.

However, workforce and inflation are chief concerns for business leaders.

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