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A May 25 opening is planned for the expanded and newly rebranded The Rush Republic Aquatic Park.

Funding complete for Highway 65 overpass, officials say.

The development company plans to break ground March 26 for 50 residential lots.

Ashley Wells takes the helm as David Burnett retires.

The Wheelhouse, a Mexican-Thai fusion restaurant, changed ownership; Ozark-based Clear Creek Golf Car and Vehicles LLC acquired local competitor Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles; and marijuana company The Farmer’s Wife changed hands.

SBDC speaker identifies regional identity and workforce as key factors to development.

Robert Hedgecorth is hired as executive director of finance and business operations.

The CMH Health & Wellness Clinic supports patients without primary care providers.

Rachel Anderson, Winter Kinne and Teresa Parson are among 11 women selected statewide.

The Ozark-based company buys the territory rights to 67 counties in the Sunflower State from M&M Golf Cars.

A U-Haul Truck Share 24/7 facility is nearing completion in Ozark, to the west of U.S Highway 65.

A pair of Republic natives opened Miss Boston’s Cocktail Lounge LLC; a mother and son launched DIY Marketing Strategies for Small Business; and Classics Pizza Co. opened.

For national organizations and industries looking to host a convention in a central location, a look at the map suggests southwest Missouri as an option.

L&W Industries and Point One are recognized after a live vote at the event.

The company, which built clinics for the health system, alleges it was retaliated against for blowing the whistle on executive activity.

Check Out Hunger campaign contributions will provide more than 142,000 meals.

Steve Henderson is exiting after joining the company in 2017.

Missouri Prime Beef Packers discloses decision impacting 335 employees in state WARN notice.

CableAmerica plans to complete improvements by the end of 2024.

On track to be open for the 2024-25 school year, an Ozark High School activities center is under construction near Tiger Stadium.

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