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Summit Prep awarded $200K from foundation

The Schneider Foundation has donated $2.2 million to the Springfield private school since 2012.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, and education.

Ariake Sushi and Robata opened; Great Southern Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: GSBC) opened its newest branch in Springfield; and a longtime employee with City Utilities of Springfield went into business for himself with the launch of Van Every Drafting & Design LLC.

The facility is replacing another at 1421 S. Madison St.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Trusted Advisers event honors 20 businesspeople.

Institutions in the Springfield MSA collectively increase deposits by 2.9%, according to FDIC data.

MoDOT hopes to hear a decision by year's end on funding for a feasibility study.

Executive Director Erin Danastasio shares grant and project updates at SBJ's 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.

John Beuerlein and his wife, Crystal Beuerlein, are donors to the school's Fortify the Future initiative.

The decision to bring on the architecture firm awaits board approval this week.

Certified financial planner and private wealth adviser Paula Dougherty: "Making decisions after the loss of a loved one can feel overwhelming. It’s OK to take your time and ask for help with choices along the way. Guidance from a Realtor, attorney and financial adviser may help you be thoughtful about how the inherited home fits into your lifestyle and financial plan."

Attorney Stephen F. Aton: "The asset protection trust strategy works best when there is time to plan in advance."

Arvest Bank's Rhonda Sorensen: "It’s never too late to develop new habits to secure your financial future."

SBJ interviews the head of Guaranty Bank's new wealth management division.

According to Southwest Missouri SBA branch data, the number of loans issued was down 14% last year in the 28-county area compared with 2021 volume. Federal officials say the change was expected.

Challenges are anticipated for nationwide Department of Labor proposal.

Although it’s been five years since a partial repeal of the state’s prevailing wage law was signed into law, frustration in the construction industry over the formula used to calculate it persists.

Nonprofits that work to prevent, identify or treat child abuse and neglect are eligible.

The local area fares the best in housing expenses, according to state data.

Neighborhood teams can earn reimbursement of up to $2,500 each for exterior improvements.

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