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Nixa hires planning, development director

Garrett Tyson has past experience with the city of Republic.

The National Association of Counties is organizing the effort.

Snyder Construction Group is general contractor for the project.

Just as banks experienced waves of applications this spring from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, the federal loan forgiveness process is starting to pick up speed of its own, according to banking officials.

Work on two road crossings is in motion on way to connecting Springfield and Ozark.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, government, health care, human resources and law.

Councilperson pays nearly $3,500 to the city.

Local hospital leaders say COVID-19 hospitalizations are reaching critical levels.

The Missouri Job Center seeks feedback for seventh-annual survey.

Officials cite efforts to mitigate COVID-19 exposure risks.

The councilperson pays nearly $3,500 to the city and denies wrongdoing.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The Greene County Commission approves $317,376 for small businesses.

The Democrat newcomer holds on to tight win over District 135 incumbent Steve Helms.

The $40 million academic building will bear the name of Robert W. Plaster.

Councilperson Matthew Simpson has pledged to run again.

Democrat newcomer Betsy Fogle holds a razor thin lead over incumbent Steve Helms.

Superintendent John Jungmann is slated to retire at the end of the 2020-21 school year.

Gov. Parson is among officials set to attend Thursday’s ceremony.

The city is asked to provide $4.4 million toward project infrastructure in expanded development plan.

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