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Members of the media were invited Sept. 15 to preview Wonders of Wildlife. Pictured here are photos from the Great Oceans Hall.

An invitation obtained by Springfield Business Journal indicates politicians, musicians and conservation leaders will be attendance.

Visitors can take ground tours and flights in a B-25 Mitchell aircraft named Made in the Shade.

Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.

Officials unveil the Mountain Top Course within Big Cedar Lodge.

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

The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.

The request for qualifications follows approval of a $255,000 budget adjustment.

A Florida hotel manager will succeed J.P. Roberts, the founding leader who left earlier this summer.

Opening in 2018, the ride will feature spinning cars, a 10-story drop and a Zero-G roll.

Remodeling of Hammons Tower lobby sheds light on top-floor changes.

The organization will use the Historic Owen Theatre for community theater and other arts-related programming.

Longtime business relationship ends with $6 million legal battle.

Hammons Tower is undergoing a multimillion-dollar facelift, officials say.

Canadian golfer Ben Silverman earns first place at the Springfield tournament.

In a second career, Jack and Donna Ewing join a mobile shaved ice franchise.

A south-side PaPPo’s Pizzeria and Pub opened; restaurateur Angel Kim launched all-you-can-eat Italian restaurant The Hill; and a new Doe’s Eat Place franchise restaurant got its start.

Welk Resorts claims a trio of companies damaged its clients’ credit.

Michael Nesbitt, President of Nesbitt Construction, says he learned valuable lessons about work ethic and business from his father. Whether or not his father, Bill Nesbitt, founder of Nesbitt Construction, intended to prepare his eight-year old son …

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