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Monday Morning Business Leads: March 27, 2023

Building permits, bankruptcies and more are included.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses sports tourism and the growth of local sports complexes with with athletics executives.

SBJ interviews Evangel University's director of athletics.

As more people show interest in a nearly 60-year-old sport, local tourism, business and sports officials want to capitalize on its increasing popularity.

Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.

Columnist Donnie Brawner: "Knowing the value you bring to the table, being able to effectively communicate that and having confidence in your work is powerful."

Amid this month’s pair of high-profile bank failures in California and New York and the rescue efforts by U.S. regulators, local officials say customers of Missouri’s banks should feel confident in the security of their money and the stability of the state banking industry.

In an effort to provide flexibility to their workers, some area businesses are beginning to offer four-day workweeks.

Overtime pay for officers comes from unused salary dollars.

Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, insurance, law, municipal and nonprofit.

Overlooked code provision means rezoning fails and developer must restart.

OakStar Bank is expanding into Nixa with a September opening of a branch that will feature a two-story atrium, a conference area and a rooftop patio, along with offices for the company’s BrightOak LLC renewable energy financing company.

In 50 years creating dioramas for museums, Terry Chase has become an authority mixing art and science.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle wonders if new federal rules will stop scam texts from occurring.

SBJ collects public records.

The organization hires a search firm to find Loretta Roney's successor.

Five companies are in the running, with a winner to be named May 10.

The city of Springfield, with an award of $3.7 million, is the largest local recipient.

John Lopez scores a $145,876 grand prize at a tournament in Tulsa.

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