Chillin’ and Flixin’

Well, we know we are in unprecedented times and so we are collectivity hoping for the best. Please know that I have prayers and positive thoughts towards everyone for this to pass and we all come out as well as possible. The movie theaters are closed which is completely unusual in itself and that means […]

April Is Minority Health Month

Getting healthy and active as a family, a community and a nation, to combat some of the major illnesses we face as minorities and people of color. This year’s theme provided by the Office of Minority Health (OMH) and minority health advocates around the nation is an opportunity to advance health outcomes by highlighting the […]

Learn the languages that result in well-paying, and high-rewarding careers

O’Reilly Automotive, Jack Henry and Associates, Expedia, Bass Pro Shops, CoxHealth, Mercy, Pitt Technology Group, and World Wide Technology. What do all of these businesses have in common besides having a base of operations within our community? They are all innovative companies with technological roots that employ a large number of professionals in the industry […]

ATHENA: An afternoon of gratitude and empowering messages

Springfield, MO—When the Chamber handed out the third annual ATHENA Award on March 4, honoree Francine Pratt was quick to tell the sold-out crowd of more than 400 that being in front of large groups is not her first choice. “I hope I don’t offend anyone, but it is my calling to do what I […]

Resources to Help During the Next Month

Dear Readers, This month my Autism article is going to look a little bit different. This is new territory for all of us and we’re all trying to get through in our own ways freed from the endings of the (S2-S4). Here they make synapses withcommon medical condition leading to fear, loss of image cialis […]