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Battlefield and Lone Pine rezoning bill is tabled again.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “The best, most efficient way a company can help is just start that conversation,” says Esther …

Architecture firm develops 30-year proposal to expand and improve the 60-year-old facility.

Local business and education stakeholders attend the event with Missouri Higher Education Commissioner Zora Mulligan.

More than 20 employers turn out for OTC-hosted gathering.

Public Works officials reveal results of August survey on capital improvements sales tax.

Missouri building organization hosts Build Missouri Week conference.

Erlen Group designed to simplify operations of quarries and other business units.

WalletHub ranks the Queen City No. 359 out of 515 examined.

Twenty-five southwest Missouri businesses are on the list of 186 organizations statewide.

The governing body votes unanimously in favor of providing $2.8 million for stormwater, street work.

“We take that merchandise in, that donated product, we turn around and turn it into cash, and then the cash funds the mission, and that helps us build the homes,” says Will Kuebler, ReStore …

Outdoors and property development are among topics chamber delegation is now studying.

Now revised to $50-$55 million, the answer involves new market tax credits from the Treasury.

Officials with the attraction celebrate 1.6 million visitors since reopening.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. Stephanie Anderson, Operations Coordinator for I Pour Life, says companies with the most successful …

The figure hits an 18-year low, officials announce.

Gregg Scholtens, Executive Vice President for Nabholz Construction in Springfield, Missouri, says the construction industry as a whole lost many craftsmen during the 2008 recession. “I think we …

Fazoli’s Franchisee Jamie Jacobsen and his wife Donna, have wanted to help local not-for-profit organizations since they started 24 years ago. Jacobsen says they also learned the their guest …

Some 80 local leaders study best practices in the Tennessee city.

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