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$245K pledged for Branson housing project

A nonprofit is securing donations via $35,000 sponsorships of tiny homes.

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

The nonprofit assists 10 organizations in its latest COVID-19 funding round.

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

Vernon County officials raise $30,000, which will be matched by Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

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

George Wood succeeds Carol Taylor in a temporary capacity.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The funding goes toward hiring veterans for a farm in partnership with CoxHealth.

Leaders warn millions of dollars are being lost, putting the area's culture at risk.

Former chamber executive Dori Grinder takes on the top role.

Victory Mission’s coffee enterprise rolls out custom labels.

The nonprofit takes its program outside of Missouri.

Give 5 connects retired or nearly retired baby boomers with civic opportunities.

The recognition of Linda Brown comes with a $10,000 grant for the nonprofit.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, energy, insurance, manufacturing and nonprofit.

If there’s one constant in 2020, it’s change. And this year’s class of Most Influential Women honorees have shown that harnessing change can transform a community.

The CoxHealth leader is slated to be honored virtually next month.

Arvest Bank signs on for Elevate Branson’s tiny homes community.

Publisher Jennifer Jackson says it's time for businesses to take action against domestic violence.

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