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Working to Keep Craftsmanship Alive and Well

Gregg Scholtens, Executive Vice President for Nabholz Construction in Springfield, Missouri, says the construction industry as a whole lost many craftsmen during the 2008 recession. “I think we …

Fazoli’s Franchisee Jamie Jacobsen and his wife Donna, have wanted to help local not-for-profit organizations since they started 24 years ago. Jacobsen says they also learned the their guest …

Some 80 local leaders study best practices in the Tennessee city.

“What we’ve tried to accomplish is more of an experience,” says David Burnett, Mt. Vernon Community Bank President, Mid-Missouri Bank. Burnett says customers should feel free to come in and use …

Proposal at Grand Palace is under city review months after saying no to public financing for Branson Adventures.

Assessed value of district to grow by more than 1,000 percent if approved.

City earmarks $5.7 million to improve parks, sidewalks and the forthcoming O’Reilly Center for Hope.

Roughly $1.2 million project will supplement existing ag center in Mount Vernon.

“A lot of employers don’t realize that vending can be an extension of their employee benefits,” says Emily Kinney of Kinney Vending. Kinney says businesses can use their vending program to …

Steve Kitrel, Regional Manager with USA Mortgage, says there are several factors to consider when a realtor selects a lender. Kitrel says you should find a relationship-based lender that treats you …

The local organization increases marketing efforts toward potential visitors.

The local area’s jobless figure ticks up a tenth of a point.

Enterprise Commercial Group officials hope to help revitalize the neighborhood west of MSU.

Several buildings in the Springfield Public Schools district may undergo physical changes.

Outlook: Recession risks should be contained through 2019.

Chamber Economic Outlook event keynote speaker Kathleen Navin spoke with Springfield Business Journal on tariffs, minimum wage and other topics.

More than 6,600 room nights are projected September-November.

Recession risks to be contained through 2019, says keynote speaker Kathleen Navin.

The local area’s average weekly take-home pay increases by 1.2 percent in the first quarter.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “I think a lot of people don’t know where to volunteer or how to get involved,” says Mitch …

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