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SBJ interviews the coalition director of the Ozarks Clean Fuels Coalition and sustainability unit manager of Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute at Missouri State University.

City Utilities of Springfield and Watershed Committee of the Ozarks work together to protect waterways amid threat from "forever chemicals."

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Two former NorthStar facilities in Queen City are part of settlement.

The utility alleges violations of the Clean Water Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.

Ron Schneider is hired as the successor to Bob Belote.

A personal touch yields tangible ROI for Callahan Heating and Cooling.

Property enhancements include additional parking and luxury suites tower.

The funding supports the planting of 200,000 trees in Canada.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The seven-year leader of the trails advocacy nonprofit is exiting June 14. 

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

The Sisters LLC is moving forward with plans for a restaurant in the shadow of a historic mill and silo at Chestnut Expressway and National Avenue. 

Led by a team of gardening experts, Harvest Grow Supply offers know-how alongside more than a thousand products.

The utility's president and CEO expects to exit the role early next year.

OMB Bank's Jennifer Davis: "The cattle market’s current buoyancy represents more than just fleeting optimism – it embodies the resilience and resourcefulness of our local agribusiness community."

Farms are under pressure, and the outlook from the University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute projects further declines in farm income and higher costs for producers.

SBJ interviews the owner of El Shaddai Farm.

Melissa Bledsoe has led the college on an interim basis since last summer.

City officials and engineering consultants outline $32M project costs and schedule at community meeting.

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