Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, education, government, health care, law, media and nonprofit.
The district honors alums who went on to become a nonprofit leader, doctor, teacher and NASA engineer.
Local culture will be on display at the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
Drury's Natalie Precise says "videoconferencing is here to stay."
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, communications, education, health care and real estate.
Organizers behind a new program designed to leverage innovation and entrepreneurship in southwest Missouri want more participants to take advantage of free services funded through a $250,000 state grant.
The former Health Department director earns the Government Excellence Award, and Bronze Bear recipient is announced, as well.
Roughly 1,500 students are impacted by the temporary move.
Evangel President Mike Rakes: "Every leader is now facing at least two main threats to the core parts of their business or endeavors: finding new financial models to accomplish one’s stated mission and the increased polarization of multiple constituencies that previously had no issues with one another."
SBJ interviews SPS Deputy Superintendent of Operations John Mulford.
The federal legislator also discussed national issues while in Springfield.
BNIM is the recommended designer for improvements to an academic building.
Missouri State’s board will consider providing free rent, utilities and furnishings to Springfield Daily Citizen.
Springfield Public Schools broke ground over the summer on the new York Elementary School.
They range in industry from health care to automotive and education to IT.
A project that is now hitting its stride on the west side of Bolivar includes a retail strip and storage units.