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Springfield unemployment rate drops to pre-COVID levels

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

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

Construction is underway southwest of Springfield for a distribution center and warehouse.

A company involved has developed build-to-suit projects for Amazon.

It's the third service agreement of the year for the small-business organization at Missouri State University.

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

City officials confirm Wire Road Brewing owners plan to build facility.

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.

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

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

Eric Turner is stepping down after two years in the role.

The product already has sold more than 5,000 bottles since last year.

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

Mayors cite increased COVID-19 cases.

OPAL aims to ease members' COVID-19 financial burdens.

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.

Ozark Trading and Liquidation is a first-time venture for its owner.

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

It also elects new officers during its Oct. 16 meeting.

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