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Blog: Celebrating the village with Trusted Advisers

Features Editor Hanna Smith outlines the annual event.

The Rogersville banking company would gain $70 million in assets and three branches. 

Newsmakers in the areas of art, banking & finance, construction, education, health care and insurance.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.

The company’s revenue climbs 6 percent during the second quarter.

The Monett-based financial industry software firm boosts revenue by 7 percent. 

The multimillion-dollar mansion is scheduled to go up for sale Sept. 7.

Workers demolish a former restaurant to make way for a centralized office.

The company closes on deals comprising a sale and a purchase.

The company’s shares trade near a 52-week high. 

Loan volume in the Springfield MSA increases for the first time in two years.

Chief Financial Officer Kevin Williams leads the most recent trades.

Officials cite a gain from the termination of a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. loss-share agreement.

The city’s 1 percent sales tax check from the state comes in at $4.7 million in July. 

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, communications, education, food & dining, health care, law and politics.

Missouri Trust and Investment Co. receives approval of its charter from the Missouri Division of Finance.

Both revenue and costs increase at the same pace.

After an Ozark motorcycle dealer closed earlier this month, customers began filing police reports, online complaints and now a class-action lawsuit. Midwest Cycle Center1 LC, Pro Action Auto LLC …

Springfield helps push the Show-Me State’s rank.

Pending approvals, the deal is valued at $15.1 million.

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