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Kuat Racks sponsors cycling world championships

The UCI Cyclo-cross event is rarely held in the United States.

The Christmas Market on the Square is modeled after other open-air attractions held nationwide.

More than $1 million from annual professional golf tourney goes to 52 local nonprofits.

SBJ interviews A Color Story's marketing lead.

The local Boys & Girls chapter receives surprise contribution in virtual announcement.

Thirty-three nonprofits are assisted.

The company expands its governing body to 10 positions.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends four beverages for your table this holiday.

The Branson theme park closed temporarily, with no serious injuries, a spokesperson says.

Vendors are invited to submit bids for Library Center and Midtown Carnegie.

Ten people are slated to be recognized for their achievements at a luncheon next month.

Michael Felts says a campground-themed concept featuring a restaurant is in the works.

The Studio leverages social media for inclusive fitness and hits 257,000 YouTube subscribers.

14 Mill Market is slated for fall 2022 launch.

Jay Osborne has a 647-242 career record.

Banter Brewing Co. operates in the Plainview Corners shopping center.

New dome is added for year-round use, with a bar and grill in the works.

An investigation was launched after the exit of the team’s former coach two years ago.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews three products from the southern European country.

Springfield News-Leader leaves outsized 88-year home.

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