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SBJ takes home 3 national awards at conference

Springfield Business Journal is recognized with silver honors for best feature series, best bylined commentary and best podcast at Alliance of Area Business Publishers event.

Kimberling City-based Table Rock Community Bank opened its first Springfield branch; Taylon Sumners-Schwartz launched her own law practice; and Mammoth Technology got its start.

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Over 100 games are available to play at Cricketts Esports in Springfield.

Dianne Elizabeth Osis is scheduled to be honored by Missouri Press Association in September.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, health care, media and services.

Edward Walton is scheduled to start as executive director next month.

Branson Warehousing LLC launches with focus on interior designers, homebuilders, remodelers and vacation rental property owners. 

Brandon McClure and Tyson Petty team up to open Mammoth Technology.

Data from recent decision-maker survey is presented at event.

The company is partnering with Silver Dollar City Co. on a yoga cruise on Showboat Branson Belle.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, construction, engineering, media, nonprofit and sales.

The Local Bevy owner says phone scam cost her around $16K.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

The municipality encourages users to unfollow the account that has over 18,000 followers.

"Taylor Swift: The Sequel" was penned by Springfield writer Michael Frizell.

Net income during the company's fiscal third quarter grew 6.8% to $87.1 million.

McConnell Edwards markets hard-won expertise at answering tough questions.

After discovering a niche for vintage typewriters, Laura Prather quickly grew a home-based typewriter sale and service business.

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