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Springfield Resident Earns Bachelor’s Degree from WGU Missouri

Dustin Beasley, a resident of Springfield and customer service manager at T-Mobile, recently graduated from WGU Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. He was one of 704 students …
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United Way of the Ozarks News - October 3, 2018

Andrea Harp was thrilled with the excitement of being a first-time mom. Early on in her pregnancy, she found out her family was growing from 2 people to 4 with the expected arrival of her twin daught…
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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Missouri Public Transit Association Elects Turner, Mehmert and Auten as Officers of Its Board of Directors

The Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA), announced the election of three new officers to its Board of Directors during its 2018 State Conference and Expo in Columbia last week. Kelly Turner of…
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U.S. Cellular Names Coach Genna Cornelisse in Branson Among the Top 50 Coaches

U.S. Cellular announced today the Top 50 nominees for its Most Valuable Coach program, and Genna Cornelisse from Branson High School in Branson is among them. The Top 50 coaches are now listed on The…
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Sertoma Oktoberfest 2018

Sertoma Oktoberfest has it all— music, food, beverages, games, contests, wiener dog races, and just all-around fun!  Oktoberfest is brought to you thanks to the efforts of the Heart of the Ozarks Ser…
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Japanese Fall Festival 2018

Schedule of Events: Friday, September 7 from 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Stage Schedule: -5:15 pm: Kizuna, interactive activities and traditional dance demonstrators -5:45 pm: Uke 66, local musicians wh…
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U.S. Cellular Calls for Springfield Nominations for the Most Valuable Coach

Today, U.S. Cellular's Most Valuable Coach program returns for its third year to honor current coaches of K-12 school-affiliated sports teams who connect to the good in all of us by inspiring their…
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6th Annual Ozarks Bacon Fest

Ozarks Bacon Fest – a tribute to Bacon, Bourbon & Beer – holds its 5th Annual tasting event on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds Arena.  Tickets give guests access to a baco…
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Springfield Residents Surprised with Scholarships to WGU Missouri

Springfield residents DeAnna Duff and Jade Saeger were both recently awarded scholarships to WGU Missouri. DeAnna Duff, a pediatric nurse at Mercy Springfield, was officially presented with a $2,000 …
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Rooftops Newsletter: You Can Go Home Again

Over the past year or so, we have been writing about new tools that NFESH has developed and deployed as part of our What A Waste and REACH projects. These tools are about discovery. NFESH cannot help…
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Charge It Up - U.S. Cellular Recommends Ways to Keep Mobile Devices Charged

As many people prepare for summer travel, outdoor concerts, hikes and other activities away from home, U.S. Cellular is providing advice for "on-the-go" charging options, as well as tips to conse…
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Learn to Drive Your 4x4 Like a Pro

Four-wheeling is a hands-on experience. You can gather a lot of driving tips from online stories, magazine articles and books, but to really get a sense of how your 4x4 works on the trail, nothing be…
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How to Catch Really Big Fish with Kids

When it comes to fishing with kids, conventional wisdom says to find a place where they can catch any fish with a high level of frequency and you’ll make a fisherman for life. That’s true. Fast-actio…
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Ozark Empire Fair 2018

Schedule of Events: Thursday  July 26, 2018 -4:00 PM: Axe Women Loggers of Maine at In front of Corwin Arena -4:00 PM: Live Local Cooking Demo at East Hall -4:00 PM: Fire Fighter Training Show at…
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