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Cassville business owner ordered to pay $71K to government

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

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

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.

Developers are seeking funds to rehabilitate affordable housing.

Mayors cite increased COVID-19 cases.

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

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.

The mandate had been scheduled to expire this week.

The Missouri Ethics Commission agrees with the findings of a probe from Auditor Galloway's office.

Springfield City Council member Andrew Lear says the proposal goes against the will of voters.

With local coronavirus cases continuing to grow, Springfield City Council on Oct. 5 voted unanimously to extend the city’s masking mandate through early 2021.

Columnist Andy Peebles: "What happens to your dream-turned-reality when you are no longer around to lead it?"

Columnist Lynne Haggerman goes over recent federal law changes.

For small businesses facing insurmountable debt, a new bankruptcy provision is providing a more accessible way to stay afloat.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The top recipient in the latest round of the CARES Act funds is the operator of Enterprise Park Lanes.

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

The mandate for businesses and public places is now in place through early January.

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