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Locally, White River Valley Electric Cooperative receives the largest grant to provide reliable internet access in locations lacking it.
Insurance software provider plans to aid with tuition for college’s computer science course.
Edible Art opened; Angel Woods became a first-time business owner with the opening of Legacy Hair Studio; and Yolo Rolled Ice Cream got its start in Branson.
Officials say move will help offset increased operating costs.
The newest addition to Strafford’s Southwest Missouri Rail and Business Park is truck part distributor Midwest Wheel Cos.
MASBA aims to aid company owners with events and education.
Jeremy McCoy is slated to succeed Marian House after her exit.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
One each in Springfield and Ozark are on tap to open this year.
Clint Hall is joining the district from Gainesville schools.
Culver’s is coming in the spring to Republic’s main strip, U.S. Highway 60.
With a $25 million annual budget, OATS Transit provides over 4,500 trips per day statewide.
Leveled Up Loot LLC, which owner Christopher Smith dubs a pop culture marketplace, opened; a dog-centered business concept morphed into another for a Marshfield couple; and an attorney with seven years of experience founded her own firm specializing in elder law.
My Neighbor’s Charitable Pharmacy aims to assist individuals who lack access to medications due to insurance or income.
Hurts Donut Co. opened its newest location; architecture firm Kinetic Design and Development LLC launched; and Whataburger made its Ozarks debut.
The Durham Co. is expanding in Buffalo with a 45,000-square-foot plant that will employ more than 50 workers to manufacture electrical utility distribution equipment.
Chamber officials encourage online support of Ozark Adventure Coffee.
Jerry Shane Fellers ran Build Tech Structures and bilked customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to court documents.
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.
Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Chamber announces Small Business Award finalists
Volt Credit Union CEO takes job in Florida
Local entrepreneur wins World Series of Poker event