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Sun Solar to invest $100M in solar panel manufacturing

Company also is expanding operations to Illinois.

Construction of Chadwick Flyer Trail overpass expected to begin in 2024.

Springfield Business Journal counts down the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Sun Solar tops Dynamic Dozen list at awards ceremony.

Missouri Prime Beef Packers, which opened in early 2021, is now owned by a Texas company.

Kelly Tillage is opening its first assembly facility outside of its home country.

Kare Health & Wellness is honored during an annual event.

Springfield City Council and owner of haunted attraction will continue negotiations instead of taking the issue to a public vote. 

Read about this year's honorees from the Springfield chamber.

Melissa Bledsoe is promoted from interim associate dean.

The Queen City scores best in pollution category.

Law enforcement, fire safety and emergency medical services providers are recipients.

Company president says Kansas City market is first step.

List comprises 700 U.S. firms in 23 industries with at least $500 million in revenue.

Officials have worked in recent years to secure grant funding for a Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant flood wall.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, energy, health care, innovation and sports.

The federal funding is designed to improve pipeline infrastructure in Springfield.

HealthScripts is slated to start in the coming months.

The Mansfield company alleges its sales and reputation have been harmed by a California business.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

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