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District sales tax is expected to collect $4.5 million per year for more Highway 76 improvements.

The delayed, multimillion-dollar project was announced two years ago.

The 40,000-square-foot project is slated for completion in summer 2021.

Jack Prim volunteered for the health care system for more than a decade.

Sho-Me Power Electric Cooperative is adding an operations center to its longtime headquarters in Marshfield.

My Storage LLC is slated for construction off Battlefield Road and Golden Avenue.

Five new segments are added, with millions of dollars in improvements planned along the corridor.

Project officials to likely seek public incentives.

Culture Counter opened in the Rountree neighborhood; Boti Architects LLC moved to its first permanent office space; and Springtown Coffee Co. reopened.

Seasonal rain has altered the construction timeline for Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Co.’s warehouse expansion.

Myriad industries are highlighted in the 10th annual class.

The launch comes six months after it was announced.

A spokesperson projects an opening date later this year.

The city will enter into a $4.8 million access and infrastructure reimbursement agreement with the retailer.

SRC Holdings Corp. is in planning mode with a new industrial warehouse near Strafford.

SBJ recognizes up-and-comers in the area.

Adam Toth has an empathetic view of the employees working at Toth and Associates Inc., the company he started at the age of 21 
with his father Lou.

Joel Thomas is leaving his mark on Springfield – in more ways than one. By day, Thomas is principal architect at Springfield’s newest firm, Buf Studio, a branch of the Bentonville, Arkansas, startup.

A youth sports organization is partnering with a Tulsa developer on the project, as well as local philanthropist Bobby Allison.

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