Wine columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples six selections.
El Cafecito owners Cristhian and Shanie Valdez aim for Feb. 1 opening.
Wayne Rader, who purchased the business in 2020 with his wife, Susan, recently announced expansion plans.
Francine Pratt joins two other locals currently serving as governing members for the organization.
Voters will decide on lodging tax expansion in April.
Edible Art opened; Angel Woods became a first-time business owner with the opening of Legacy Hair Studio; and Yolo Rolled Ice Cream got its start in Branson.
In November 2018, nearly two-thirds of Missouri voters approved Proposition B, an initiative that substantially increased the state’s minimum wage. The hike raised base pay to $12 per hour from $7.85 – a 53% increase – over five years, reaching that target on Jan. 1.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein seeks out affordable products amid increasing prices.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
One each in Springfield and Ozark are on tap to open this year.
Vote follows three rejections by Planning & Zoning and one rejection and multiple postponements by council.
Culver’s is coming in the spring to Republic’s main strip, U.S. Highway 60.
Leveled Up Loot LLC, which owner Christopher Smith dubs a pop culture marketplace, opened; a dog-centered business concept morphed into another for a Marshfield couple; and an attorney with seven years of experience founded her own firm specializing in elder law.
The commission approves more than $370,000 in small-business funding.
Owners buy next-door building, which through the years has been a laundromat, shoe store and more.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four-budget friendly products made in the European country.
Hurts Donut Co. opened its newest location; architecture firm Kinetic Design and Development LLC launched; and Whataburger made its Ozarks debut.
The Joplin company is putting down roots in James River Towne Center.
Mercy Springfield Communities relocated a clinic; San Clemente, California-based law firm Gilson Daub Inc. expanded to the Springfield market; and a second video gaming center for Contender eSports Springfield LLC opened in the Queen City.