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The company pledges to hire more than 175 people for the shop with 100 pumps and a jerky counter.

New vehicle stock is expected to stay low into 2023.

The trade was the last of 2021 for officers and board members of the company.

Rick Snelson, 66, was known through radio and television commercials over the past 35 years.

Shares climbed by $100 in just five months.

Springfield is among the markets for Major Brands' campaign.

Ozark Mountain Hydration plans Jan. 14 start.

Updates set for Glenstone and Kansas Expressway.

Emery Sapp & Sons is approved to begin mobilizing equipment.

Stan Field succeeds Jeffrey Bourk as executive director.

Heart of America’s president embraces new role.

Employers and workers can request funds from Community Foundation program.

Officials say air travel demand is far outpacing 2020 but won’t match records seen in 2019.

The auto parts retailer stock price topped $600 just five months ago.

Nine people speak to an audience at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

New grant program is flexible enough to fix a tire, buy a bike or pay for a ride-sharing service.

Offers from two contractors are turned down, city staff say.

Former owners Bob and Susan Beine transition to "new phase of our lives."

Chris King of Queen City Motors is accused of running an identity theft and wire fraud scheme.

The Pinegar family takes over dealership.

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