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The team signs a new player and announces a deal that includes raffle of a boat to support Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Newsmakers in the areas of athletics, banking & finance, chambers of commerce, health care, information technology, marketing, nonprofit and transportation.

Credit rating agency AM Best downgraded the financial strength rating of State Farm General Insurance Co. to B (fair) from A (excellent), according to a news release from AM Best.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins encourages residents to engage with a state process to determine how best to use federal funds.

CEO Mitch Dolloff remains the company's highest-paid employee.

He had a 40-year career in the industry and was known most recently for his leadership at Guaranty Bank.

The community pool at The X Center in McCauley Park is expected to reopen this summer.

University officials say they are responding to FAFSA delays.

The company's annual proxy filing with the SEC shows a mixed bag with increases and decreases in total compensation.

Fervent Wealth Management's Richard Baker: "Don’t be afraid to put your profits and fish fillets where you can use them another time."

Down payment assistance program underway in five neighborhoods.

Officials say raising prices is part of current business climate.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Bank’s CEO recently said independent investigator was retained in response to allegations against Brett Magers.

Proxy filing points to increases in total pay during 2023 for four of five top executives.

The nonprofit’s president and CEO burns the new building’s mortgage note during celebration. 

The Citizens Commission on Community Investment would make a recommendation on the three-quarter-cent sales tax. 

Zimmer Midwest Communications completes its first Miracles for Kids Radiothon.

Laura Kelly served on the company's board since 2013.

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