Longtime grilling hobbyists made a professional pivot with the opening of The Grill Guys of Missouri LLC; new ownership took over personal training business Big Time Results; and friends and first-time business owners Kathryn Barber and Madi Sheppard launched Ozark Mountain Hydration.
Brian Steele is seeking to represent District 139 in Christian County.
Chris Lebeck has worked for the Taney County community since 2018.
The Social Birdy combines a restaurant with sports, such as golf and pickleball.
Jay Chism starts next week, the university announces.
The state issues funds to help the southwest Missouri city evaluate its wastewater system.
The Hive will serve as a career launch pad for people with developmental disabilities.
Information technology and inventory are among the new departments.
Ex-cop finds meaning through leatherwork at Grimbeard Leather.
A pair of military veterans with an interest in cigars opened Tabak Co. LLC; CoxHealth’s first “super clinic” in Springfield opened; and Quarters Arcade & Boba Bar got its start in Ozark.
A new parent company called Brightli is created.
Jamie Ray Gragg seeks the position held by embattled Rep. Tricia Derges.
The company pledges to hire more than 175 people for the shop with 100 pumps and a jerky counter.
The owners of Wire Road Brewing Co. plan a Jan. 17 opening.
Deanna Moore is now leading five publications owned by Phillips Media Group.
Aetos is the Greek word for eagle, which, in its plural form, is the mascot of Nixa Public Schools.
A new player in the tabletop gaming scene emerged in Nixa; an entrepreneur teamed with his wife and a family friend to open Lake and Bake Pizza; and the first medical marijuana dispensary in the Table Rock Lake area opened.
Volunteers from nonprofit Generations Village have been working to hone a dream of a better future for populations that face serious challenges: foster children, foster families and older adults.
The Nov. 8 passage of Amendment 3, for which supporters asked Missouri voters to approve recreational weed, is likely to open the floodgates for both increased sales and workforces within the burgeoning marijuana industry, officials say.