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Elmquist out as Bass Pro ends Legends of Golf sponsorship

The company’s five-year deal comes to a close without a renewal.

The company plans to add 64,000 square feet and 50 local jobs.

Erin Danastasio becomes the second president since it was founded in 2002.

Utility veteran Gary Gibson is promoted as Scott Miller’s successor.

Applications are being taken for Jeff Childs’ successor.

The university adds a multimillion-dollar meeting space at its southwest Missouri research center.

The Bass Pro Shops founder is the 207th wealthiest American on the Forbes 400.

Nine businesspeople sign up for the pilot this fall.

Ozarks Elder Law adds a business-centric division with a new DBA.

Guest columnist Eric Bohl unpacks recent U.S. Department of Agriculture data.

Students as young as pre-K are getting a close-up look at how businesses work in Nixa and Ozark. 

City staff requests eminent domain through an ordinance for stormwater project.

EnerSys plans to invest locally in equipment and staff.

The company is buying the product for $16 per 100 pounds.

After city TIF approval, a group of local investors moves forward with a multimillion-dollar project.

Council members cite accountability issues with the program.

After a sale in 2017, Jeff Brinkhoff emerges with a new venture: popped water lily seeds.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews four selections from Alto Adige.

The campaign is expected to exceed $4 million with pledges from Bass Pro founder.

After moving, Artemis Overland Hardware is on pace to reach $400,000 in 2019 sales.

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