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Craft Axe Throwing wants to normalize axe throwing as a recreational activity.

The local chapter is one of the of roughly 600 National Alliance on Mental Illness affiliates nationally, and all services to clients are free.

Dynamic Strides Therapy to address growing demand with future expansion.

Darla’s Cakery owners say investment in commercial kitchen is paying off.

Spirits supply store 417 Cocktails targets doubling revenue in 2023.

Former MLB pitcher and 2006 World Series champion Josh Kinney put an end to his playing career almost a decade ago. In the years since, Kinney created his own business, Cardinal Country Logging and Sawmill LLC, changing his job title from professional athlete to professional timber harvester.

Walrus Oil reaches $1 million in annual sales and hits national retailer’s shelves.

A nutrition-focused culinary haven is popping up at The Library Center.

The Kitchen Inc. continues a 40-year journey to find permanent solutions for homelessness.

The Schneider Foundation issues educational grants, particularly funding gifted programs in honor of its founder.

Caterer offers health and healing through plant-based foods.

Ozarks Counseling Center a ready option for affordable therapy.

Startup is developing mobile solar power systems.

New owner of Martha’s Vineyard says it’s a place for everyone.

The Healthy Edge protein shake and energy tea store hits four years with current owners.

Brothers Mark and Mike Miller run plastics manufacturer Polyfab, which their father started 45 years ago and now has clients globally. Click here for the article SBJ photos by WES HAMILTON

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