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Bass Pro plans Seeburg demolition as hotel opening nears

Booking agents are accepting reservations for Angler’s Inn, which they say is scheduled to open March 4.

The city’s tax increment finance commission plans to hold a hearing March 5.

Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.

A carnival experience called America’s Fun Spot is planning a May opening on Highway 76.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, consulting, health care, legal, municipal and nonprofit.

Two real estate industry colleagues and friends buy the 18-hole, 7,000-yard course.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle looks into a remarkably similar “shop” at a new Las Vegas attraction.

The business is purchased by a pair of Utah promoters, who plan to reopen it under a new name next month.

The ousted professionals are finding their footings in new careers.

The dinner show unveils a rebranding and expansion effort.

The event center is adding another banquet hall, rooftop bar and more through the renovation of an adjacent building.

The company targets Feb. 20 for what owner Jeff Schrag says is the “largest beer market in Missouri.”

Independently owned Republic Warrior Sports offers fans of ‘American Ninja Warrior’ a chance to try extreme obstacles.

Newsmakers in the areas of advertising, arts, education, engineering, manufacturing, municipal, nonprofit and retail.

The Springfield attraction jumps ahead of Morgan’s Inspiration Island in San Antonio, among others.

Another Springfield company places 332nd on the list of the 360 best U.S. entrepreneurial firms.

A newly signed lease at Branson Landing spurs plans for a summer opening.

Rob Blevins succeeds Meleah Spencer to lead the downtown nonprofit.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, communications, education, entertainment, law and nonprofit.

State officials choose Barth Fraker for a post in the organization.

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