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Updated: Local craftsman responds to BBB complaints

Tree of Life Woodworking failed due to money management problems, owner says.

Protect your company against fraud. Summer Massey, Loan Manager at Arvest Bank and Kala Forehand, Treasury Management Adviser at Arvest Bank, have tips to guard against internal and external fraud in …

Great River Engineering takes home the top prize during the chamber’s annual luncheon.

Local businesses sign on for The Last Straw initiative.

Claims filed at the Better Business Bureau say customers didn’t receive custom furniture from woodworker Tyler Viles.

Friends turned business partners design and build costume pieces inspired by animated comics.

The interior design store owners buy a 100-year-old bungalow in Rountree to convert by the fall.

Jay Rasmussen, General Manager with Ameripride, says they lowered their turnover rate nearly 50% in a year's time.

The Greek Corner relocated, New York Style Pizzeria opened and Tie & Timber Beer Co. got its start.

A Springfield restaurateur targets a late summer opening for Bourbon and Beale.

Kraig Butrum takes over as the nonprofit’s chief development officer.

Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.

The company performs house, deck, fence and concrete washing.

Christopher Gates moved to Springfield to open Luxury Pools of the Ozarks LLC; Kansas City-based WellSpring School of Allied Health added a Springfield site; and Penny Swearingin opened Highland Design Studio.

Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the head chef and owner of Prairie Pie.

A veteran artist plans an upcoming launch of Birds Eye Tattoo & Art Gallery.

The organization receives 23 complaints against Maker Geeks.

The company's Safety Strap is designed to attach to oxygen bags, portable oxygen concentrators, home oxygen units and wheeled carts

The state scores well in employment, labor and hiring regulations.

Children’s creative play center navigates first year in business with emphasis on education.

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