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Nixa to announce next city administrator at council meeting

The winning candidate is chosen from 80 applicants and several finalists.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. Stephanie Anderson, Operations Coordinator for I Pour Life, says companies with the most successful …

The councilwoman cites a move out of Springfield.

The figure hits an 18-year low, officials announce.

Gregg Scholtens, Executive Vice President for Nabholz Construction in Springfield, Missouri, says the construction industry as a whole lost many craftsmen during the 2008 recession. “I think we …

The president is slated to return to Springfield to support Josh Hawley’s Senate bid.

Wade Drossel and Ron Petering take on the duties of Errin Kemper, who’s now the leader of Environmental Services.

The company first needs an annexation and rezoning on West Bypass.

Fazoli’s Franchisee Jamie Jacobsen and his wife Donna, have wanted to help local not-for-profit organizations since they started 24 years ago. Jacobsen says they also learned the their guest …

Keith Noble admits he knew about embezzlement conspiracy but did nothing while reaping the benefits.

Resident concerns delay plans for a mixed-use center northwest of Sequiota Park.

The company asks City Council to annex and rezone a proposed site.

“What we’ve tried to accomplish is more of an experience,” says David Burnett, Mt. Vernon Community Bank President, Mid-Missouri Bank. Burnett says customers should feel free to come in and use …

Proposal at Grand Palace is under city review months after saying no to public financing for Branson Adventures.

A new Missouri law regarding how meat – and faux meat – is packaged and labeled is facing pushback.

Assessed value of district to grow by more than 1,000 percent if approved.

A plan to expand rural internet service takes another step forward.

City earmarks $5.7 million to improve parks, sidewalks and the forthcoming O’Reilly Center for Hope.

Roughly $1.2 million project will supplement existing ag center in Mount Vernon.

Gov. Mike Parson signs a proclamation for the General Assembly to meet Sept. 10-14.

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