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Two real estate industry colleagues and friends buy the 18-hole, 7,000-yard course.

Earl Steinert’s EAS Investment Enterprises Inc. opened a new hotel; Maes Gelateria launched a satellite location; and Jeremy Clopton founded consulting business What’s Your SQ.

Activity is up 4 percent on added flights and larger aircraft, testifying to a healthy southwest Missouri economy.

A new tax deal and brewing regulations rein in local hosts.

The Springfield-Branson National Airport still hits a new traffic record, officials say.

The boutique hotel is adding a second building and a rooftop bar.

Springfield Hot Glass and Terry Whaley are among recipients this year.

Officials consider rule changes as short-term rentals grow in popularity.

The dinner show unveils a rebranding and expansion effort.

The event center is adding another banquet hall, rooftop bar and more through the renovation of an adjacent building.

Newsmakers in the areas of consulting, education, entrepreneurism, health care, hospitality, law enforcement, legal, municipal and nonprofit.

With his finger on the pulse of tourism and travel in the Queen City, Tracy Kimberlin has held the reins of the Springfield CVB since 1987 and landed a spot in the Missouri Travel and Tourism Hall of Fame in 1994.

New overall restaurant branding to be “Springfield specific.”

Updates include a $564,000 restaurant expansion and a possible rebranding.

The short-term housing rental company agrees to collect and remit sales tax revenue.

The city's lodging occupancy is edging up.

The company’s third property in Texas goes live.

The organization gets a new chair starting Jan. 1.

Short-term rental hosts in Branson earn $2.2 million this year, according to data provided by the company.

The shared headquarters of Ransin Injury Law and O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC is a collaborative effort.

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