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CoxHealth expanded its dialysis services for patients; a New York City-based international real estate brokerage returned to the local market; and Stephanie Lender became a first-time business owner.

Shepherd of the Hills Veterinary Clinic LLC moved to a new home in Branson; brand design and illustration studio Fried Design Co. relocated; and Whataburger opened its second Queen City store.

Retail shop Culture Flock Clothing relocated; Central Bank in Springfield debuted a financial education center, dubbed ProsperU; and Oklahoma-based franchise Simple Simon’s Pizza opened a Springfield shop.

TelComm Credit Union relocated its Nixa branch; Springfield gained another sandwich shop; and graphic design firm Fried Design Co. launched a content production studio dubbed Punchbowl Studios.

A food truck dubbed 3rabiana opened; a new attraction teed off at Branson Landing; and Springfield Contemporary Theatre reached a deal to occupy the Fox Theatre.

Bolivar-based Curly Que Barbecue LLC expanded its footprint south to Springfield; the first retail store in Bolivar for phone carrier T-Mobile opened; and Whataburger made its Queen City debut.

Downtown flower shop Funky Flaura’s Unique Floral Designs LLC opened; Jordan Valley Community Health Center moved in Republic; and The Jackson Grille got its start in Marshfield.

The first downtown Springfield branch for Arvest Bank opened; a longtime licensed massage therapist became a first-time business owner; and 7 Brew Coffee opened its fourth shop in Springfield.

Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.

CoxHealth’s newest clinic opened; an ownership change for 417 Pet Sitting LLC took place; and Hamra Enterprises LLC opened its first Wendy’s restaurant in Mount Vernon.

The bar scene in downtown Springfield expanded; clinical practice Ozarks Hearing Specialists LLC opened; and nonprofit clinic Faith Community Health moved.

A Christian County farm that began adding commercial elements last year opened Cassidy Flower Co. LLC; a former CrossFit instructor became a first-time business owner; and Connell Insurance Inc. entered a merger with Fort Worth, Texas-based Higginbotham Insurance Agency.

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