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Springfield unemployment rate drops to pre-COVID levels

The jobless figure continues to decrease from a peak in April.

The operator of Beebe’s Roaring River Waterslide admits he did not pay all of his taxes.

It's only the second such closure in the attraction's history.

One involves the Crosslines food pantry, which is closed temporarily due to a COVID-19 case.

With COVID-19 still present in the Ozarks, there have been changes to make celebrating still possible but with safety in mind.

Council also sets up a November vote regarding a redevelopment plan near a so-called pocket neighborhood on East Cherry Street.

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

At stake is Missouri’s 197 legislative districts, with representation by 34 senators and 163 members of the House of Representatives.

Protel Systems & Supplies is the top recipient in the latest round.

The Nixa company is the largest recipient of USDA broadband funding.

The chamber and Arc of the Ozarks will assist in spreading the word on MO ABLE.

Developers are seeking funds to rehabilitate affordable housing.

Mayors cite increased COVID-19 cases.

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.

The $1.1 million Republic Animal Control Center opened; Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. launched its first Branson store; and Allgeier, Martin and Associates Inc. acquired White River Engineering Inc.

Russell Grundy is ordered to spend eight years in federal prison and to pay restitution.

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

During September, nonfarm employment rose by 13,000 jobs.

Business owner Mark Burgess says, "In business and in politics, the playing field needs to be equal."

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

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