Brothers Mark and Mike Miller run plastics manufacturer Polyfab, which their father started 45 years ago and now has clients globally. Click here for the article SBJ photos by WES HAMILTON
In a second career, Jack and Donna Ewing join a mobile shaved ice franchise.
Friends turned business partners design and build costume pieces inspired by animated comics.
Second-generation run plastic product manufacturer targets 3-D printing.
Substitute Drivers gets customers, and their vehicles, home safe.
For 60 years, Ozark Veterinary Clinic has treated rabbits, cats, alpacas and, yes, zebu.
72-year-old Fellers Food Service supplies restaurants in a 3-state region.
BookMarx blends downtown culture with literary awareness.
Concealed carry company dodges bullets created by state legislation.
Marshfield woman is in the thick of alpaca fiber advancements nationwide.
The purple building with a fancy courtyard in Rountree sells thousands of truffles a year.
Jewelry business keeps the Rosenbaum brothers going as the History Museum inches closer on the public square.
The owner-operated 1984 arcade thrives as retro games appeal to nostalgic and new players alike.
After a decade in business and a franchise switch, the owners of Vino Cellars launch private-label wines.
The Well church puts down brick-and-mortar roots after a year operating in a temporary home.
The Write Way LLC executes the science of handwriting analysis.
How a criminal defense attorney was shaped, and why at 77 years old he’s still working 7 days a week.
Former bluegrass band brothers learn the instrument retail trade.
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