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Big Brothers Big Sisters CEO resigns

Ashley French is pursuing another position outside of the nonprofit sector, an official says.

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

The crowdfunding event is slated to return in 2021 with a "rally for recovery" theme.

Walk-in freezers and coolers are provided to partner food pantries.

The nonprofit's CEO also discusses a stall in the state’s license office bidding process.

Officials discuss the survey results.

Ozarks Food Harvest receives largest company donation of 2020 from Johnny Morris, Bass Pro Shops staff and NASCAR’s Richard Childress.

CoxHealth is the big winner, taking home three of the event’s awards.

Howell Keeter was serving in his 51st year at the Point Lookout campus.

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

The project was completed over four years and three phases.

The nonprofit separately receives a $20,000 donation from The Mary Kay Foundation.

The television news personalities have worked for the organization for 15 years.

A nonprofit is securing donations via $35,000 sponsorships of tiny homes.

One involves the Crosslines food pantry, which is closed temporarily due to a COVID-19 case.

The nonprofit assists 10 organizations in its latest COVID-19 funding round.

The chamber and Arc of the Ozarks will assist in spreading the word on MO ABLE.

Vernon County officials raise $30,000, which will be matched by Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, banking & finance, education, health care, nonprofit and real estate.

George Wood succeeds Carol Taylor in a temporary capacity.

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