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Phillip Link this summer will become executive director of human resources.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses economic development with local executives.

SBJ interviews the owner of Thessing Commercial Properties LLC.

Republic city officials say it’s an active time for municipal projects – particularly with the Parks and Recreation Department on the verge of ending one development this year with two more in various stages of progress.

Jordan’s Place is designed for seniors and adults with disabilities.

Restaurant veteran Stephanie Wigger teamed up with a couple of her friends on The Gypsy High-End Eatables & Desserts; London Calling Pasty Co. added a store at 14 Mill Market; and Staggs Financial Services opened.

A new nonprofit is in the works to guide efforts toward regionalism in southwest Missouri.

The city's Board of Aldermen is hosting a series of special meetings designed to support business growth.

Greg Adelson is being promoted to succeed David Foss.

Organization announces election of president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.

SBJ interviews the city administrator of Branson.

Workers are putting the finishing touches outside and inside a familiar slope-roofed black and beige Scooter’s Coffee kiosk, set to open in Bolivar by Feb. 1.

Ex-FBI official settles into Bolivar leadership role.

The Arc of the Ozarks opened its $10 million Autism and Neurodevelopmental Center; Branson couple Ed and Dawn Smith turned an interest in vintage automobiles into a business; and Highway 76 Strip in Branson gained its first Chick-fil-A eatery.

Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s third annual Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards program.

New CEO Pamela Yancey shares her first-year goal at SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview.

Reeds Spring Pizza Co.'s eatery in the city is under new ownership, though seller plans another location in the Ozarks.

Company officials say 15-20 bedding products plants will be consolidated, eliminating roughly 1,000 jobs.

The two-level athletic Field House on the Spokane High School campus includes a concession area, restrooms and field storage on the first level, and media rooms, a coach’s room and a guest suite on the upper level, all overlooking the softball field and track-and-field areas.

Willard cafe makes good on goal to employ people with disabilities.

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