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Joe Carmichael receives the award during the Springfield chamber's annual meeting.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, automotive, education, government and health care.
Whataburger launched its second local store; Branson shop Revive Juice and Coffee Bar LLC moved; and a new Monett branch of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library District opened.
A pair of area medical colleges that received state grant funding in the fall are now investing the funds toward technology and new programs with the intent of attracting more students to the nursing profession.
Chris Bauman is on pace to lead the district at least through the 2025-26 academic year.
The board unanimously approves a one-year extension, the second since she was hired.
A Citizens Memorial Health Care director and a Springfield entrepreneur get the nod from the governor.
Aside from serving as the largest project in Ozarks Technical Community College’s history, the August 2022 opening of its $40 million Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing signaled the start of an automation and robotics program.
Going up at Missouri State University’s 125-acre William H. Darr Agricultural Center on Kansas Expressway is the Small Animal Education Center.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, construction, education and nonprofit.
The governor emphasizes infrastructure, workforce development and education, and health care, among other topics.
Insurance software provider plans to aid with tuition for college’s computer science course.
The university receives funding to work with law enforcement agencies.
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.
Clint Hall is joining the district from Gainesville schools.
Chris Johns becomes executive director of the school's Law Enforcement Academy.
Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, education, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.
Ryan DeBoef becomes a named partner at a government relations firm.
The first downtown Springfield branch for Arvest Bank opened; a longtime licensed massage therapist became a first-time business owner; and 7 Brew Coffee opened its fourth shop in Springfield.