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Open for Business: Pagination Bookshop LLC

Pagination Bookshop LLC opened in a century-old house; Branson Bank made its first appearance in the Stone County market; and attorney Corey Kilburn left McAnany, Van Cleave and Phillips PC to start RoundTable Legal LLC.

Springtown Coffee Co. opened in Galloway Village; Antonio and Christy Serrano closed on the purchase of the 222 E. Republic Road office of real estate company Assist 2 Sell; and The Merry Moore Boutique launched a brick-and-mortar presence.

Halotherapy, also known as dry salt therapy, is on tap at Breathe Salt Vault; a new decade has dawned with the opening of 1984 Branson; and Sandy Park starts her own nail salon.

A new OakStar Bank branch opened; a 19-year-old became a first-time business owner; and accounting firm Elliott, Robinson & Co. LLP relocated and expanded its Republic office.

A hot dog venture dubbed Frank ‘n’ Steins launched; the first Bank of Bolivar branch in Marshfield, dubbed BOB Community Financial, opened; and Armstrong World Industries Inc. (NYSE: AWI) finalized its acquisition of Marshfield’s Architectural Components Group Inc.

Cape Girardeau-based carGo Technologies LLC launched its ride-hailing and delivery services in the Springfield market; the 90-bed, $8.7 million Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility began operating; and First Home Bank officially changed its name to Stockmens Bank.

Cicis returned to Springfield; Branson Boardgame Cafe opened; and Hamra Enterprises added to its portfolio.

One coffee shop replaced another in the French Quarter shopping center; Andie Bottrell started Designing Indie; and Orange Leaf frozen yogurt returned to Springfield.

Camp Bow Wow opened a new location; TLC Properties Inc. created an umbrella company for its five business units; and Entertainment venue Questledge began operating in Nixa.

Ozark-based men’s substance abuse treatment campus Synergy Executive opened for patients; Old Missouri Bank's sixth full-service branch launched; and Maritime set sail as a brick-and-mortar restaurant.

Hair stylists John Fahey and Carly Hamilton partner on their first business; Ozarks Community Health Center opened its Miles for Smiles dental clinic; and Canna Bliss LLC started selling a line of products centered around “cannabidiol."

Former clothing model C.C. Guice started her first retail venture; the Jimmy Buffett-inspired LandShark Bar & Grill opened at Branson Landing; and O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC added a Holiday Inn Express & Suites to its portfolio.

Kuat Racks moved; Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care’s third co-branded center in Springfield began serving patients; and Branson Bank finalized the purchase of a Hawthorn Bank branch.

Best of Luck Beer Hall began operations; Springfield gained a new event venue with the arrival of Moon Town Crossing; and the state’s first automated 24-hour library kiosk opened.

Planet Fitness franchisee PF Arkansas LLC opened its third Springfield club; Leggett & Platt completed a $1.3 billion acquisition; and New Covenant Academy started classes at its new Liberty Campus.

Longtime restaurant Ebbets Field comes under new leadership; nonprofit Leadership Springfield opened its first office space; and Ellecor Design and Gifts relocated to the Rountree neighborhood.

The 22nd branch for Central Bank of the Ozarks opened; the Gene Taylor Community Based Outpatient Clinic began seeing patients; and The Adam Johnson Team at Keller Williams Greater Springfield broke off to form Alpha Realty MO LLC.

Bigfoot Subs opened at 2204 W. College St.; ReeceNichols Real Estate acquired Re/Max Lifestyle Realty in Branson West; and veteran restaurateur David Bauer bought Harbell’s Grill and Sports Bar LLC.

Ozarks Elder Law LLC closed on its acquisition of RTR Attorneys in Marshfield; Nashville-style fried chicken and catfish restaurant Hot Cluckers got its start; and the first Geico insurance office in the Queen City opened.

Footbridge Trading Co. opened; Eventful Rental acquired S.B. Bon LLC; and Connelly Plumbing Co. and Connelly Mechanical Inc. moved.

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