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Business Spotlight: Meet the Paleoartist

In 50 years creating dioramas for museums, Terry Chase has become an authority mixing art and science.

Springfield-based nonprofit The Warrior’s Journey is caring for military vets internationally.

Twenty-five-year furniture maker sources straight from the trees.

Dreamy & Darling Creations is coming up on a decade in business.

Storm Restorations of America owner Keith Barber is building a multicompany outfit.

Mears has delivered blooms to florists for nearly 75 years.

Sea Tow franchisees celebrate 20 years of the business providing on-water assistance.

Habitat for Humanity marks 35 years of providing stable housing.

Fitness trainer Shelley Hampton marks 30 years in business practicing Pilates.

With a $25 million annual budget, OATS Transit provides over 4,500 trips per day statewide.

At 30-year anniversary, McLoud and Co. leaders reflect on the namesake co-founders.

Maschino’s marks 70 years in business at the same Queen City spot.

Plotline teaches young people the art of filmmaking.

Hankins Surgical Supply is well into 100 years of business passed through four generations.

BigShots Golf looks to expand clientele in its second full year.

The Flea owners say everyone’s welcome at their neighborhood bar, now celebrating 10 years in business.

An acquisition of a popular running event is just one reason Heartland Racing Co. is getting ahead.

Waverly House owner celebrates 35th year in business.

Organizing cornhole tournaments becomes a side business for three local professionals.

Nova Center of the Ozarks seeks to grow client services after a headquarters move.

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Open for Business: Urban Studios

Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.

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