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All but one of eight MSAs in Missouri follow suit, according to federal data.

Tuesday's election also brought new school board members to SPS.

A trio of sisters became first-time business owners with the opening of Rise Nutrition in Republic; Copper Run Distillery reopened; and Bolivar-based Stephens Pharmacy at CMH expanded its footprint into rural Dallas County.

Bogdan Golosinskiy, owner of Strafford-based trucking company Safe Way Carrier LLC, is working to help people in his home country.

The latest portion of a yearslong revitalization effort in Branson for its high-profile West 76 Country Boulevard is back in motion after a pause since 2020.

Ozarks Teacher Corps nears $1M in scholarships.

The construction project will replace the company's existing operation in the city.

First Community Bank of the Ozarks’ holding company, Alton Bancshares, announces a deal to purchase Table Rock Community Bank.

It took a pandemic for many people to realize a natural health wonder right under their noses: elderberries.

The well-known proverb of “patience is a virtue” certainly applies in the medical marijuana industry.

The girders may be gray, but this speculative building by James Tillman and Michael Tillman is actually quite green, having been purchased from Corwin Dodge.

Distillery’s new location is set for Thursday opening.

The projects involve a development group and investor consortium.

Arrow Senior Living's announcement means on-site services at The Fremont Senior Living and two other properties.

Secured projects in past two years bring capital investments of $319.4 million.

The construction project is slated to replace an existing location.

The city of Springfield’s Department of Workforce Development is the largest recipient.

Nixa, Ozark and Greene County are among government entities that want to conduct a feasibility study for faster internet speeds.

Beyond Bliss Desserts and More opened on C-Street; Comic Force added a location in Springfield; and The Social launched in Marshfield.

School officials say the $32 million proposal on the April 5 election ballot won’t raise taxes and will keep the district’s debt service property tax levy at 94 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.

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