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Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses sports tourism and the growth of local sports complexes with with athletics executives.
As more people show interest in a nearly 60-year-old sport, local tourism, business and sports officials want to capitalize on its increasing popularity.
Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.
Overtime pay for officers comes from unused salary dollars.
Overlooked code provision means rezoning fails and developer must restart.
OakStar Bank is expanding into Nixa with a September opening of a branch that will feature a two-story atrium, a conference area and a rooftop patio, along with offices for the company’s BrightOak LLC renewable energy financing company.
Five companies are in the running, with a winner to be named May 10.
The Creek is slated for completion in the fourth quarter, developer says.
Prior to meeting, Springfield’s city attorney discovered a city code provision that would make a council vote null and void.
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."
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.
An Imperial Inc. distribution center is being built in Rogersville.
Officials say work to start in the third quarter is expected to take five years.
Squad plans to debut next year at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds’ $25 million arena.
Applying lodging tax to short-term rentals one of a trio of issues to be decided by city voters.
Both cities want to add police officers and upgrade facilities.
Neighborhood residents ask how to get City Council’s ear.
The project was announced last year, but a construction manager had not yet been selected.
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.