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Simmons Private Wealth's Andy Drennen: "The best way to mitigate these risks and navigate the uncertainty is to maintain a properly diversified portfolio that’s aligned with your long-term goals and have the discipline to stay the course."

Rolla bank purchases former YMCA for $2M and plans $4M in renovations.

Architecture and accounting firms team up to buy property from Classy Llama.

A home improvement business failed to respond to customers or provide refunds, officials say.

Missouri State University is among the recipients.

David Burnett is slated to be succeeded by a longtime colleague.

Bill and Virginia Darr are supporting the nonprofit through matching donations this month.

The funding is earmarked for opioid abuse research and prevention.

Private-sector projects focusing on semiconductors will be considered.

Robbins Insurance Group was founded in 2018.

The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge is earmarked for funding, as are OTC and MSU.

A first-of-its-kind banking facility in the Springfield market, Great Southern Bank Express Center is designed as a four-lane drive-up center utilizing interactive teller machine technology to serve customers.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, health care and nonprofit.

Revenue also drops during the first quarter.

The business founded 12 years ago by Jeff Schrag transitions to Jeff and Lindsay Seifried.

The financial software company reports fiscal third-quarter net income of $81.5 million.

OMB Bank's Scott Speight: "Nothing can beat a little persistence and ingenuity, not even interest rates."

Commerce Trust Co.'s Don Davis: "The Fed has indicated it’s near the end of its rate hiking program, with another increase possible in May. Commerce Trust believes the Fed will follow through on the increase and then keep rates steady for the near term as the economic cycle plays out."

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