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Rob Blevins says he'll continue to lead the Springfield nonprofit while serving as COO of the Yass Prize.

The former "Price is Right" host is known locally for millions of dollars in donations to the Springfield university.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

A mixed bag of enrollment figures is reported by higher-ed officials.

The funds are earmarked for a new workforce training facility in Christian County.

The centerpiece of Evangel University’s Here. Now. capital campaign, which has raised $18 million toward its $22 million goal for new construction on campus, the Valor Center, is starting to rise on the west side of the university’s grounds.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, food service, insurance and nonprofit.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

The community college's Center for Workforce Development has been renamed as Sherry Coker leaves her employer of nearly two decades.

The eight-figure donation will go toward a new "front porch" to campus, officials say.

Workforce and economic development are among the goals.

Roughly $1.5 million in upgrades are planned for the team’s original home field.

Executive Vice President Zora Mulligan is interviewed by SBJ Editorial Vice President Eric Olson for 12 People You Need to Know event.

Evangel University's Michael Tenneson: "While many people find themselves working in health care without college degrees, the opportunities for helping people in significant ways, job security, developing diverse skill sets, on-the-job advancement, an emphasis on cooperative teams and appealing opportunities to satisfy one’s curiosity make strong the link between higher education and health care."

Five companies receive grants for seven projects.

The Springfield university is placed on probation for failing to properly certify eligibility for some student-athletes, the collegiate association announces.

The funding from the Missouri Technology Corp. is designed to boost physical resources available to local businesses.

Clif Smart is recognized for overachievement, board chair says, citing an academic realignment plan.

Health clinic care at the Bolivar school campus starts with the 2023-24 academic year. 

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