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Hungerthon raises record amount

The Ozarks Food Harvest fundraiser brings in $253,550.

Lynne Meyerkord says many similarities exist, and when in doubt, look to guidance from public health officials.

Consultant Marlene Chism interviews half a dozen health care leaders to get a sense of what they learned about leading in a crisis.

Amy Townsend of Cox College: "COVID-19 has altered nearly every facet of health care, and nursing is certainly no exception."

The Springfield-Greene County Health Department staffer discusses a new COVID-19 toolkit for businesses.

Bach Medical Supply celebrates 39 years of business with a national sale – and a shelf full of face masks.

While the COVID-19 relief application process started slowly in July, Greene County officials in the weeks since have picked up the pace to distribute $34.4 million in federal funds.

Jordan Valley Community Health Center is among the recipients.

The growing clinic chain takes space in Brentwood Center North.

It's part of the county's CARES Act distribution.

The resources made available are designed to limit operational disruptions from the virus.

Jacob’s Ladder is the top beneficiary.

CEO Steve Edwards says Marie Brumbaugh worked in the Branson area.

The mandate is now scheduled to last through Oct. 14.

Local pharmacy owners face headwinds, citing declining reimbursement rates.

A public hearing is scheduled this week.

Commissioners approve a combined $2.7 million for 53 organizations.

More than $200,000 has now been provided to organizations aiding SPS students and their parents.

The medical marijuana facility is slated to open to customers in December.

CoxHealth and O'Reilly Automotive also are among ranked Springfield-area businesses.

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