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Scott Temple related his life story many times in sermons and writings titled “How a Hippie Got Happy.” More than most, he was truly “born again” when he embraced Christianity at age 21, leading to a life of ministry through the Assemblies of God.
78 of Springfield, died on November 20, 2022.
78 of Springfield, passed away peacefully on November 18, 2022.
88 of Nixa, passed away at on November 19, 2022.
76 of Springfield, passed away on November 19, 2022.
57 of Nixa, entered eternal rest on Tuesday, November 22, 2022.
84 of Springfield, passed away peacefully on November 21, 2022.
Five foster youth, ages 15-18, were challenged to think of people to whom they could express their appreciation. They provided a wonderful lesson in how to show genuine gratefulness.
Today, I’d like to respond to something I’ve heard from time to time over the past year: the idea that we should somehow make the news we publish “free.”
Give me a business suit and tie any time — and spare me the argument about political correctness, as the concept seems to fall apart under the tiniest bit of scrutiny.
OPINION | by Sue Skidmore, Springfield Life on Earth is complex with a complex system of overlapping ecosystems. These basic ecosystems are our life support systems on Earth. If we live in harmony with these life-giving systems, life on Earth will flourish. If we abuse these natural systems with chemical poisons and pollutants, and/or intrusive development…
Fran Giglio lives across the street from Springfield’s Phelps Grove Park. Every year on the day before Thanksgiving, she plants 10 or 12 new trees throughout the park.
Brent Dunn, Missouri State University’s driving force behind fundraising, announced Tuesday he will leave his post Aug. 1 and will take a similar position with the Missouri State Fair Foundation.
IN-DEPTH | On Tuesday, a controversial new administrative rule from Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft will enter its next phase of implementation. The rule could block state funding for libraries that contain materials that appeal to the sexual interests of minors. The administrative rule comes amid an increase in talk of banning books in…
Holiday shopping represents a significant amount of annual sales for small businesses, even as much as 40 to 50 percent of downtown small businesses, according to Hailey Magnus, the communications manager for the Downtown Springfield Association.
Community awareness about the growing unsheltered population in Springfield helps guide funding and resources — yet vastly different numbers floating around about the actual number of unsheltered people can be confusing to the public.
“If we decide to sell the property after this election, there is nothing stopping another developer from buying the property, submitting demo permits, receiving those permits, and within a matter of a few weeks, clearing the site of those buildings.”
Democrat Stephanie Hein beat incumbent Republican Craig Fishel in Tuesday’s elections and she credits an aggressive campaign in which she made it through the district seven times to knock on doors.
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The public is invited to a free event on Nov. 20 to learn about the history of Bois D’Arc, a community that has largely faded but still features native-stone buildings and a history that ties to the railroad.