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In Remembrance
6:36 pm
Tue March 31, 2015

Flags to Fly at Half-Staff For Marshfield Firefighter, Former Aldermen

Edward Donald Noland, Jr.
Credit Fraker Funeral Home, Inc.

Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the flags at all state government buildings in Webster County to be flown at half-staff on Wednesday, in honor of a Marshfield fire fighter to who died Friday.

63-year-old Deputy Edward Noland Jr. died as the result of duty-related injuries suffered on Dec. 31, 2011 while fighting a brush fire.

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Business Review
4:23 pm
Tue March 31, 2015

Price Cutter to Open New Location, Has Added Some 200 Jobs With Relocations

The new Price Cutter at 1260 East St. Louis Street opens Wednesday.
Scott Harvey KSMU

Price Cutter will open the doors to its newest location at National and St. Louis on Wednesday, completing the second of two relocations in Springfield.

The site was one of four properties acquired last year by Pyramid Foods, Price Cutter’s parent company, after Dillons announced it would exit the market.

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Eye on the Community
2:31 pm
Tue March 31, 2015

Collective Bargaining Agreement Approved, to go Into Effect Wednesday

Credit Scott Harvey / KSMU

Springfield City Council on Tuesday approved a collective bargaining agreement with the Springfield Police Officers’ Association (SPOA), a day after the union ratified the contract.

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Missouri State Journal
9:45 am
Tue March 31, 2015

Reserve tickets for public affairs signature events

Ripken will serve as opening keynote

Big things are happening at Missouri State University, and Missourians as a whole are making an impact on the world. That’s part of what the Missouri State public affairs mission is all about: being a part of a global community. Mary Ann Wood, director of public affairs support, and Stephanie Lashley, senior director of donor relations and special events for the Missouri State Foundation, discuss the opening plenary speaker for the Missouri State University Public Affairs Conference and the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame.

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Making a Difference Where You Live
7:40 am
Tue March 31, 2015

Community Foundation of the Ozarks to Host May 5th Online Only Day of Giving

CFO Agency Partners Attend a Recent Give Ozarks/Day of Giving Training Session
Mike Smith KSMU

Tuesday May 5th from midnight –midnight, The Community Foundation of the Ozarks, along with its affiliate foundations in communities across southern Missouri, will host the inaugural Give Ozarks/ Day of Giving, an online only opportunity for donors to contribute to a favorite non- profit CFO managed fund.   In this, the first feature in a series of Making a Difference reports leading up to and following the May 5th event, producer Mike Smith has a brief history of Giving Days, and talks with a representative of the Knight Foundation about its role in supporting them.  You’ll also hear from

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