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Companies ramp up Hurricane Harvey support

Convoy of Hope, Bass Pro Shops and Big Whiskey’s are among organizations helping those in flooded areas.

SBJ: What has been key to your recent growth? Caleb Arthur: We’ve been able to set a vision for Sun Solar and recruit and empower our employees to follow that vision along. Our other main …

The building houses the hotel development company and three law firms.

The city expects to save $2.5 million over the course of a 25-year contract.

Ophelia’s owner says he feels like Indiana Jones after discovering a secret underground room.

Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.

Officials unveil the Mountain Top Course within Big Cedar Lodge.

The Springfield investment firm’s solar unit buys the rights to the project.

The hotel near Mercy Hospital Springfield gains the status three years after opening. 

Officials are performing environmental investigations.

Springfield Business Journal unveiled the 12 fastest-growing companies and presented awards in six other categories.

Springfield prices this morning are 10 cents below the state average, which rose by nearly 26 cents during the past week.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.

The legislation seeks to loosen restrictions that would allow for construction of a new bridge in Ozark.

Active with James River Basin Partnership, Larry Martin was in a car accident in Salt Lake City.

Legislation seeks to loosen restrictions that would allow for construction of a new bridge in Ozark.

Hundreds of workers yesterday bustled around the attraction preparing for Friday’s opening.

Harlan Hill is selected to take over for Chris Straw when he retires next month.

Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.

Caleb Arthur doesn’t want to juggle his fast-growing firm and a possible post in Jefferson City.

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