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Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.

Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl discusses the benefits of directly connecting with farmers.

Florida-based Wall Street Cattle Co. is developing a 30-acre entertainment complex with an event center, restaurant and live cattle sales facility.

Harold Bengsch is among individual and corporate honors in the 20th annual Economic Impact Awards.

The announcement comes the same day the city relaxes COVID-19 rules.

The Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl and BJ Tanksley say private companies shouldn't be able to use eminent domain for developments.

Classic Rock Coffee franchisees Ashley and Brent McGuire brought a new brew to downtown Springfield; City Music of Springfield LLC started; and The Bonsai Guy opened.

Firefighters respond to a former nightclub in the footprint of IDEA Commons.

The funding is earmarked for student scholarships.

After scoring a record $4 million in 2019 revenue, Falcon Electric is on track for 75% growth in 2020.

The deal for Ozarks Food Equipment creates parts department.

A curious-looking metal apparatus is added in preparations for repainting and improvements.

The company buys the assets of Ozarks Food Equipment Sales & Service.

Outdoor Home ownership believes 2020 will continue run of multimillion-dollar sales.

Officials find that Ripley Entertainment and the Coast Guard bear responsibility.

Springfield, Battlefield and Ozark have received design and construction funds to add to their respective trail systems.

New season is set to open May 7 at Finley Farms.

Young companies have much more to think about, and develop, during COVID-19 days.

Construction is expected to be complete this summer.

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