Roughly 16 months after launching its cultivation facility in Humansville, Flora Farms LLC became a vertically integrated company with the opening of a manufacturing operation in northeast Springfield.
The Hollister water park resort project announced in summer 2020 by an Orlando, Florida-based development and hospitality group is still a go but will miss its originally projected 2023 opening, according to city officials.
Kristen Haseltine succeeds Andrea Sitzes to lead the economic development group.
The first round of roughly $2 million in assistance is open through May 31.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Wilmoth Oil Co. receives the largest amount, at $250,000.
BCFO and Volunteers in Medicine each receive over $8,000.
Nonfarm payroll ranks dip, according to state data.
Provider Food Contract Service reaches a deal with the Bolivar university.
Branson Cafe was closed briefly after the previous owners retired.
Andrea McKay brings nearly three decades of leadership experience to the role.
The company plans to grow distribution statewide.
The company quintuples its space with a move to Ozark from Springfield.
Nick Allen has been an employee at Douglas, Haun & Heidemann PC since 2016.
A Missouri House committee hears a bill designed to shore up the health care workforce.
Paragon Architecture Project Manager Kirsten Whitehead says the Marshfield School District’s Early Childhood Center is on track to finish before next school year at its site behind Hubbell Elementary School.
Former CEO Karl Glassman was the top-paid officer in 2021, according to a proxy filing.
All but one of eight MSAs in Missouri follow suit, according to federal data.
Tuesday's election also brought new school board members to SPS.
A trio of sisters became first-time business owners with the opening of Rise Nutrition in Republic; Copper Run Distillery reopened; and Bolivar-based Stephens Pharmacy at CMH expanded its footprint into rural Dallas County.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.