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Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins encourages residents to engage with a state process to determine how best to use federal funds.

Elevate Community has been in the works since 2020.

CEO Mitch Dolloff remains the company's highest-paid employee.

The area chamber receives five-star accreditation from the national organization for the first time.

A name is unveiled for new nonprofit composed of heads of business and industry in a 10-county reason. 

John Myers succeeds David Argueta, who recently was promoted to a regional role.

Maria Neider is the municipality's new communications director.

Project is a scaled-back version of one first announced in 2022.

The former leader of the Nixa chamber is appointed to the role.

The community pool at The X Center in McCauley Park is expected to reopen this summer.

The restaurant’s food truck is setting up shop in the Rountree commercial area.

Nearing completion by the site of the current White River Valley Electric Cooperative building is its replacement: a masonry and metal office building with an attached shop featuring four roll-up bay doors.

Branson and Bolivar are among new sites for small-business program.

Equestrian stunts and meal are highlights of Dolly Parton’s Stampede.

Comprehensive plan looks to add workforce housing and amenities.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Rene Frazier is promoted as Jeff Robinson retires.

The second generation of the attraction opens to visitors on March 30.

A local Subway franchisee pens a multiunit deal with the Wichita, Kansas, chicken restaurant chain.

The building along 76 Country Boulevard in Branson has changed ownership.

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