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Dennis Lancaster has nearly three decades of experience on the campus.

The federal government reports 2.4% figure for five-county area.

Outdoor retail center developer opens Ramata Italian.

Shelter Insurance and Community Outreach Ministries receive awards.

The Point Lookout college begins search for day-to-day leader as part of executive transition plan.

The organization's historical milestone comes the day before Giving Tuesday.

Residents take home $943 on average weekly during second quarter, according to federal data.

The Pinegar family takes over dealership.

New clinic is 14th for Bolivar-based health care system.

This drive-thru coffee shop is the third Scooter’s Coffee franchise in the Springfield area.

Building permit under review for site next to Andy's.

The nominees head to the governor to fill seat left by retired Judge Nancy Steffen Rahmeyer.

Mochas and Meows is SWMO’s lone cat cafe.

The local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness moved; the newest clinic for Burrell Behavioral Health opened; and Prickly Cactus Coffee relocated.

New towers are part of Illinois company’s $170M work in state.

Republic’s explosion of jobs from its Amazon fulfillment center and other developments means more mouths to feed, and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen will soon be the newest offering.

The Branson theme park closed temporarily, with no serious injuries, a spokesperson says.

Verizon transitions the locations after buying a rural provider earlier this year.

New Republic fulfillment center was beset by mold one month after opening.

Boutique retailer It’s A Mother Daughter Thing moved; Ozarks Legacy Law LLC expanded; and Hog Tide Bar-B-Que LLC added a second restaurant.

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