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A Pablo Picasso painting is part of the new collection.

The Springfield representative succeeds Todd Richardson, who’s now the state’s Medicaid director.

House Bill 3 covers funding, certification and curriculum for computer science studies.

Speakers at council meeting cite traffic congestion and greenspace preservation as biggest concerns.

Newsmakers in the areas of communications, education, government, law, manufacturing, retail, transportation and technology.

Some argue employers will have tough choices to make if hike passes.

The Missouri Job Center organizes the fourth annual EmployAbility event.

He worked 33 years advocating for southwest Missouri organizations.

Tom Dwyer spent most of his law career in Springfield as a sole practitioner.

Andrew Lear succeeds Kristi Fulnecky, who resigned last month.

The crowdfunding campaign quickly beats its goal after launching.

More than 25 businesses and organizations attend the EmployAbility event.

Speakers at council meeting cite traffic congestion and greenspace preservation as biggest concerns.

It’s unclear if The Complex Springfield is affected by the October indictment.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the founding member of the Springfield Identity Project and co-owner of Hotel Vandivort.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, government, nonprofit and retail.

School governors also approve awards for government officials.

SBJ examines the proposals ahead of the Nov. 6 election.

Jeff Houghton narrates video for League of Women Voters of Southwest Missouri.

Show-Me State employers add a net 2,200 jobs during September.

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