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Threats to business network systems was the theme at the August installment of Networking@Noon last week. 

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As construction crews were sifting through the bricks, old wood and dust inside Roweton’s Home Center Warehouse on North Springfield Avenue, they found a series of historic items from the building’s past lives. 

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Bolivar’s square and surrounding downtown are in the midst of a series of changes as businesses and business owners announce plans to enter and exit the city’s center district. 

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The local National Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter will meet at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, at Smith's Restaurant, Collins.

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Bolivar residents can now have groceries from Aldi delivered right to their doorsteps through an online app called “Instacart.” 

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Southwest Baptist University’s Phi Beta Lambda members walked away from national competition late last month with more than one reason to hold their heads high.

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The Missouri Public Services Commission has set a July 26 deadline for applications to intervene and participate in The Empire District Electric Co.’s recently filed 2019 Integrated Resource Plan.

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Southwest Electric Cooperative recently partnered with its lender, CoBank — through its Sharing Success program — to make donations to three area community action agencies. 

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After its revitalization a little over a year ago, Tracker Marine boat plant in Bolivar is back in business and better than before, the manager says.