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Supercharge Southwest Missouri is named the most innovative program at business incubator conference.

The White House Theatre also could become home to a public safety complex.

Derek Poe of AmeriGas Partners succeeds the Missouri Propane Safety Commission's retiring leader.

SBJ interviews the new president of Cox Monett Hospital.

The lawmaker's decision follows her recent conviction in a federal fraud trial.

The Garrison made its debut; the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri opened on-site wellness facility Cooper Clinic; and Seattle Roast Coffee launched its second Queen City shop.

 A resource center started last year by a Springfield-based nonprofit in a former hospital is bringing a new kind of care to the Monett community. 

Funding and timeline for $2.75M project is undetermined, officials say.

The funding goes toward emergency medical services training.

Lifestyle Contractors agrees to buy the property for $50,000.

The Missouri state representative is found guilty of COVID-19 and stem cell fraud schemes, as well as illegally distributing prescription drugs.

A memorial fundraiser has brought in more than $1.3 million to date.

Programming is scheduled to launch in August.

A chief retail banking officer and rural market president are appointed.

Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law expanded its footprint in Nixa; Skin Wax Ink changed its location and name; and food truck The Deck Pizza Co. opened.

John Martinez, who purchased the company nine months ago, also launches a business brokerage franchise.

A 2,025-panel solar array is intended to reduce costs and provide a lab for students.

Table Rock Community Bank is now under new ownership.

Higher education veteran takes over top spot at College of the Ozarks.

The Superhost operates a 1,000-square-foot listing with high ratings.

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