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The nonprofit pens a deal to lease space from Ozarks Trail Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

The 30-year plan includes new buildings and multiple renovations and upgrades. 

The professional golfer takes home top prize of $180,000.

Nerf gun wars are the focus of The War Zone.

Village Meeple Board Game Cafe launched in the Galleria Shopping Center; nearly 30-year-old Rogersville Insurance Agency Inc. closed on the acquisition of Lair Insurance Agency; and Iowa-based restaurant chain Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream put down roots in the Ozarks.

The awards recognize excellence in business, including employee and revenue volumes and impact on the community.

June was the busiest month in the airport's history, officials announce.

Organizations are recognized for years in business, and Lifetime Achievement Award goes to Roy Blunt.

An affiliate of a local company announces plans for large-scale attraction called American Heartland Theme Park and Resort.

Professional golfers return to the Ozarks for annual event at Highland Springs.

The International Ford Retractable Club Convention starts today.

Company officials cite his aviation industry oversight during his time in public service.

Tap and tasting rooms in the works for Rogersville and Willard.

First Friday connects city and cultural community.

The Ozarks: Faces and Facets of a Region, a two-week slate of events offered as part of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, was held June 29-July 4 and July 6-9.

The apartment project will be a sister property to The Penleigh-Branson Row.

Missouri Division of Tourism Director Stephen Foutes: "Although multiple factors – inflation, international conflict and weather, to name a few – can influence consumer sentiment, we are optimistic that Missouri will remain a top choice for domestic travel and that we will continue to see an increase in international visitors over previous years."

SBJ interviews the Springfield CVB's president and CEO.

After a roller-coaster high of recently being named the No. 1 U.S. theme park in both a 2023 USA Today reader poll and Tripadvisor’s 2023 Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Things to Do Award, plus expansion plans and an 800-acre land acquisition, Silver Dollar City is preparing for what’s next.

It would have been impossible to plan for the event that suddenly cast a bright spotlight on the Titanic this year.

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