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SBDC, Show Me Christian County enter partnership

It's the third service agreement of the year for the small-business organization at Missouri State University.

City officials confirm Wire Road Brewing owners plan to build facility.

SBJ Editor Eric Olson talks physical and mental wellness with local industry executives.

Hold Fast Brewing's owners work to overcome COVID-19 sales impact.

After a few months in operation exclusively online, Springfield Charcuterie LLC opened a brick-and-mortar store; Springfield Plaza gained the second Queen City store of national retail chain Ulta Beauty; and Alicia Jones started Vanity Pawz Pet Salon LLC.

An upstart organization is giving urban spaces splashes of life to show what's possible.

Protel Systems & Supplies is the top recipient in the latest round.

Curtis Marshall also points to upcoming expansions at the Rountree business.

The $1.1 million Republic Animal Control Center opened; Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. launched its first Branson store; and Allgeier, Martin and Associates Inc. acquired White River Engineering Inc.

It's part of $571,000 awarded in the latest CARES Act funding round.

Officials discuss the survey results.

WalletHub releases its annual report, based on jobs, the economy and sociodemographics.

The top recipient in the latest round of the CARES Act funds is the operator of Enterprise Park Lanes.

The companies range in industry from marketing and cosmetics to technology, financial and aviation.

Victory Mission’s coffee enterprise rolls out custom labels.

The company buys All-Star Trophy in St. Louis.

The mandate for businesses and public places is now in place through early January.

Artistree Pottery LLC opened; the Marshfield office of Springfield-based Accounting Tax & Management Services LLC moved; and a retail site for a formerly home-based graphic and sign design company was launched in Branson.

The federal stimulus funding must be distributed by the end of the year.

If there’s one constant in 2020, it’s change. And this year’s class of Most Influential Women honorees have shown that harnessing change can transform a community.

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