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Kristen Weaver takes on the top role at the Burrell Foundation.

CoxHealth and Mercy announce collaboration and seek pediatrics partner through an RFP.

Deal involves adding degree programs and renaming college building.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, conservation, education, health care, hospitality and tourism.

SBJ interviews the new CEO of Hearo Technologies LLC.

Rep. Melanie Stinnett, R-Springfield: "With final approval now in place, let us unite as Missourians in celebrating this huge step forward, recognizing that by caring for new mothers during their postpartum journey, we are sowing the seeds of a healthier and more family-friendly Missouri for generations to come."

Around 210 people attend the event to celebrate the achievements of health care professionals in the Ozarks.

The health systems seek a pediatrics partner through an RFP for the new collaboration.

Springfield Business Journal continues its tradition of honoring local health care professionals during November’s Health Care Champions awards event.

An 8-year-old St. Louis-based company opened its first Queen City retail shop; Springfield-based Meridian Title Co. moved one of its offices; and a Nixa couple with over a quarter-century of experience in the pet industry embarked on a new venture.

Vicki Good is named chief clinical officer of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.

The Queen City metro area scores lowest in housing costs.

Southwest Baptist is adding more programs in the collaboration with the health system.

Walnut Lawn Funeral Home, owned by the Wood-Humiston-Turner family, is expanding its services to animal companions with a full-service pet funeral home and crematory, Cherished Pets Funeral Home and Crematory LLC.

Staff and services will expand with replacement of existing facility.

Mercy Hospital Springfield earns an A on Leapfrog fall report.

Kimberly Hoffer awaits sentencing in litigation involving multiple defendants.

Building will replace existing facility while expanding staff and services.

The honor this year goes to Heather Lyons-Burney for her work in establishing a charitable pharmacy in Branson.

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

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