Daily brief (4/1): Top picks from the Springfield media

There’s a slight chance of rain today, but skies will turn partly sunny, with a high of 57 expected.

Tonight will be clear, and tomorrow will be gorgeous: sunny and 68.

And that’s not an April Fool’s joke.

Today’s picks

  • News-Leader: Hammons hearing moved to nursing home. A private court hearing regarding guardianship took place Thursday at the Manor at Elfindale, where developer John Q. Hammons is staying. (Other coverage: KSPR)
  • OzarksFirst [KOLR/KSFX]: OACAC fears deep funding cuts. With talks of budget cuts in Washington, leaders of the Ozarks Area Community Action Corp. are worried about the impact those cuts will have on the service the organization provides.
  • KY3: City Utilities lowers some rates. Some customers of City Utilities of Springfield will begin using “smart meters,” and will receive rate adjustments in return.
  • KSMU: School board candidate profiles. Reporter Theresa Bettmann has interviewed candidates for the Springfield School Board in a two-part series: Part I, Part II.
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