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MSU gets $1M donation for biz scholarships

The gift establishes the Phil Roberts Scholarship Fund at the College of Business.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, education and municipal.

Eric Turner is stepping down after two years in the role.

Features Editor Christine Temple discusses SPS' updated reopening plan with the district superintendent.

Evangel's Shonna Crawford: "Our local schools are effectively preparing our students for the future."

MSU's David Hough: "Will decisions based on political ideology create a division that benefits some school children and harms others?"

Missouri State University and Ozarks Technical Community College were the largest beneficiaries in the Springfield area to see a portion of state general revenue withholdings restored.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, banking & finance, education, health care, nonprofit and real estate.

It also elects new officers during its Oct. 16 meeting.

It's part of $571,000 awarded in the latest CARES Act funding round.

Discussions relaunched after chamber visit to Kentucky last year.

Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students will return to four days a week in class.

A retired Columbus State University music teacher also is selected.

The 56,700-square-foot Enterprise Center will house the Breech School of Business Administration.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, government, education, health care and media.

George Wood succeeds Carol Taylor in a temporary capacity.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The nonprofit takes its program outside of Missouri.

The district also reopens Sunshine Elementary after a nearly $14 million renovation and expansion.

The selections span multiple industries, including banking, insurance and education.

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