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Joyride RV Rental LLC opened; Duckees Drive Thru changed ownership; and Junior League of Springfield, Missouri Inc. relocated.

Community center receives new business ventures and renovations.

Gettin’ Basted owners bring shaved ice franchise to Highway 76.

Kelly Ahrens succeeds Scott Bailes, who exited earlier this year.

Officials say the project has been years in the making.

The state funding is earmarked for improvement projects.

Tuthill Corp. pens a deal to buy the southwest Missouri manufacturer.

Richwood Valley campus to add training facility by early 2025.

Business listing cites wife’s death and plans to retire.

Commercial service officially has returned to the airport after Frontier Airlines chose not to renew.

Owner of Premiere Exterior Solutions faces fraud allegations from Andrew Bailey's office.

Citizens Memorial Hospital and Preferred Family Healthcare are selected for federal funding.

The city plans to adopt a new flag, replacing the current one that's been in use since 2018.

The board contracts with the Missouri School Boards’ Association for the process.

Bapa Network opened two restaurants in the Queen City last year.

The local MSA is the only in the state that posted a drop in July, according to latest federal data.

A longtime employee in the software industry made a career pivot with the opening of Ouch Skate Shop; consumer finance company Lendmark Financial Services LLC extended into Christian County; and RetroZone Marshfield LLC moved.

The tourism city becomes the professional football team's official vacation destination.

Distributions rise slightly from the prior 12-month period, officials announce.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

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From the Ground Up: General aviation terminal

An expansion and renovation to the Springfield-Branson National Airport’s general aviation terminal, built in 1990, will nearly double its size to 8,923 square feet, providing more space and amenities for passengers in privately owned aircraft.

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