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Andrew Wilson and James Seeser say the thought of the state’s farms running on green energy is a pipe dream.

Guest columnist Francine Pratt encourages employers to hire outside the comfort zone.

Wine columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews three drinks.

The SBA’s Tom Salisbury says employer optimism points to a solid future for U.S. economy.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl calls for an end to the Obama-era Waters of the United States law.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle says donor fatigue is creeping in on the social media network.

Sen. Eric Burlison says the Springfield YMCA was harmed by the opening of a city gym.

Columnist Mark Holmes provides "efficiency-yielding tips that go beyond most time management fundamentals."

Guest columnist Andy Drennen: "Long-term investors could benefit from the stock market pullback and changes to the tax code to build significant tax-free wealth."

Features Editor Christine Temple calls out legislators to respect the Sunshine Law.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: "Here is a great definition of customer service: Managing customers’ expectations."

Editor Eric Olson makes a call for restaurants that need a rebrand.

Features Editor Christine Temple: "It would be a mistake to model our regulations after other cities, while ignoring the issues we face in our own town."

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

Rep. Billy Long discusses the government’s work to battle the illegal practice.

Sen. Roy Blunt says our borders and laws must be respected.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle says e-commerce is in the spotlight as “Fortnite” creator earns billions.

Columnist Mark Holmes: “There’s an axiom that says when people are always agreeing, there’s a good chance only one person is doing the thinking. That’s a micromanager’s effect on people.”

Editor Eric Olson asks, when is a commercial sign too tall?

Columnist Ellen Rohr says as an owner or manager, it's helpful to remember what it's like to be an employee.

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