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The Queen City metro area scores lowest in housing costs.

Upper-midscale hotel rooms are needed in both Webster County cities, according to report completed for Webster County Commission.

The measure would have provided discounted tuition to the community college for those in the Bolivar R-1 School District territory.

Neighborhood preservation is cited as a reason for the new process informing both tenants and owners of pending alcohol sales. 

Kimberly Hoffer awaits sentencing in litigation involving multiple defendants.

The latest federal data show decreases in all of the state's metropolitan statistical areas on a month-over-month basis.

Jordan Paul is scheduled to start in the role on Jan. 2.

Judge Ginger Gooch is selected for a recent vacancy on Missouri’s highest court.

The Greene County Commission authorizes its latest federal stimulus funds for small businesses.

College’s airframe and powerplant program plans 2025 debut.

The university is named a Designated University Center by U.S. Economic Development Administration.

The longtime Park Board employee is scheduled to exit his role in early 2024.

Organizers say an interstitial report paves the way for 20th anniversary study in 2024.

The funding goes toward addressing a teacher shortage in Monett.

Mike Hamra is running as a Democrat in the 2024 race for the Missouri gubernatorial seat.

Judge Ginger Gooch is one of three nominees for the seat left vacant this month by Supreme Court Judge Patricia Breckenridge.

The funding from the Environmental Protection Agency goes toward the operations of Springfield Community Gardens.

The municipality is developing a new campus for its Department of Environmental Services.

The three-bedroom residence is being donated to the retired Springfield Police Department officer who was injured on duty in 2020.

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