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Five companies are in the running, with a winner to be named May 10.
Custom Creations Landscaping & Lawn owner Kevin Runyon: "Commercial landscaping, whether native or purely for design in outdoor areas, will have plenty of benefits on the balance sheet."
Old Missouri Bank's Austin Mooneyham: "While rising rates can be complicated for any business, they seem particularly thorny for agribusinesses."
At the end of 2022, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of the Army issued new rules to define the waters of the United States, aka WOTUS.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, law, municipal, nonprofit and utility.
Two men admit to tampering with emissions controls.
Council member resumes critique of chamber influence.
Voters will decide April 4 on the measure, which would go toward debt payments, equipment upgrades and other expenses.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is expanding the Branson visitors center building at a fish hatchery.
Springfield municipal staff will review options to prevent trash being blown from garbage trucks.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
The Queen City scores best in housing, according to new study.
At Missouri Berries, customers pick their own berries in western Greene County.
Ground was broken earlier this month to commence a multimillion-dollar project in Sparta that officials are dubbing “a luxury guest ranch.”
Shook Farms owners are launching a "luxury guest ranch" in Christian County.
Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins seeks a solution for the Waters of the United States edict.
Going up at Missouri State University’s 125-acre William H. Darr Agricultural Center on Kansas Expressway is the Small Animal Education Center.
One of the founders of Dynamic EVC LLC, John Lorenz believes he has pinpointed a perfect opportunity: installing electric vehicle chargers throughout the region.
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.
Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Chamber announces Small Business Award finalists
Volt Credit Union CEO takes job in Florida
Local entrepreneur wins World Series of Poker event