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Blog: Springfield game maker returns with pun-heavy Kickstarter

Hebanon Games owner Caleb Stokes launches a crowdfunding campaign for Party Fowl: The Game of Drunk Ducks.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle draws out the fatal and economic impacts of distracted driving.

GasBuddy shows off a state-by-state analysis for those planning road trips this summer.

Hanna Smith says farewell in her final column as SBJ features editor.

Sen. Claire McCaskill discusses her Taxpayer Right to Know Act.

Columnist Mark Holmes: “Customer service seems to be getting worse, not better.”

Patrick Tuohey and Michael Hynes have opposing views on Branson Adventures’ failed attempt to secure a TIF.

Michael Hynes discusses his views of the TIF application filed by Branson Adventures.

Patrick Tuohey opposes a TIF application filed by Branson Adventures.

Editor Eric Olson: “Two firehouses for two bucks? Too good to be true.”

Eric Bohl of the Missouri Farm Bureau says infighting is causing problems with this year’s farm bill.

SBJ Associate Publisher Marty Goodnight details the latest circulation audit results.

Branson resident Michael Hynes examines the public financing proposal for Branson Adventures.

Columnist Ellen Rohr makes the case for using smartphones less.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle says lawmakers missed opportunities for a serious discussion with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Rep. Billy Long discusses his questioning of Mark Zuckerberg.

Editor Eric Olson says Donald Trump did what Steve Forbes could not.

Smaller boutique wineries discover a sales loophole online.

Missouri is a top 10 producer in five of the seven ag commodities China may hit with tariffs.

Features Editor Hanna Smith explains the neurological impact of your favorite playlist on workday productivity.

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