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Letter to the Editor: Full story of Preferred Family Healthcare has yet to be told

Former PFH COO Bontiea Goss responds to recent articles about the nonprofit.

Jared Rasmussen of Olsson Associates discusses aspects of the project.

Resident Philip Wong discusses the impact of David Leong’s creation.

John Taylor writes: Citizens are supposed to be part of federal debate, not part of a deal.

A Small Business Majority employee responds to a recent column by Lynne Haggerman.

Amanda Line and Elizabeth Obrey write from The Arc of the Ozarks.

Kimberly Cella of the Missouri Public Transit Association says public transit stimulates economic development.

Jeff Phillips of the Laborers Local 663 responds to the recent decision by voters.

Dan Cassidy of the Missouri Farm Bureau seeks to clarify the definition of the term.

Members of the Community Task Force on Facilities defend the ballot proposal.

SPS stakeholders argue the merits of the $168 million bond proposal scheduled April 2.

Springfield chamber Chairman Doug Neff makes his case in support of a fuel tax increase in Missouri.

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