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New ownership is being sought for Main Street Marina and The Paddlewheel.

A mixed bag of enrollment figures is reported by higher-ed officials.

A total of $80,000 is headed to the cities.

The funds are earmarked for a new workforce training facility in Christian County.

Texas-based TopSide Marinas buys Cape Fair Marina and Hideaway Marina.

Choices Pregnancy Center intends to relocate on church-donated property.

Ownership of the family-held Adult Tendercare Center passed to the next generation; Medical Consulting Group moved; and Branson company Robbins Insurance Group was purchased.

Silver Dollar City officials announced the second generation of the park’s Fire in the Hole roller coaster will be open to visitors in 2024.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

Kemin Industries schedules a ribbon-cutting ceremony for later this month.

Revenue during fiscal 2023 rises 5% to $1.2 billion.

The collaborative care management model allows patients to access behavioral health services through their primary care providers.

The climate-controlled indoor roller coaster is the first attraction from the theme park’s 10-year master plan.

His show ran for more than three decades.

The funds are earmarked for the Cedar County city to evaluate its drinking water system.

Walrus Oil reaches $1 million in annual sales and hits national retailer’s shelves.

Beef-A-Roo Inc. launched its second Queen City location; a Springfield-based health care practice expanded into downtown Marshfield; and Yolo Rolled Ice Cream added a food truck.

Official says the airport is seeking “to extend relief."

Cassidy Station in Nixa launches its next phase.

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