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The owner of the haunted house thinks the city should repeal its eminent domain vote.
Bankruptcy court gives the OK to the deal announced earlier this year.
Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses sports tourism and the growth of local sports complexes with with athletics executives.
As more people show interest in a nearly 60-year-old sport, local tourism, business and sports officials want to capitalize on its increasing popularity.
In 50 years creating dioramas for museums, Terry Chase has become an authority mixing art and science.
Squad plans to debut next year at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds’ $25 million arena.
Applying lodging tax to short-term rentals one of a trio of issues to be decided by city voters.
Readers of USA Today vote Springfield attraction No. 1 in the nation.
Owner looks to referendum process to forestall the city’s eminent domain plans.
Springfield City Council unanimously voted to seize a downtown holiday mainstay by invoking eminent domain – the right of a government entity to take over private property, with compensation, for public use.
Squad will play inaugural 2024 season at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds.
Venue officials say the performance run at Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts brought in ticket sales of $3.3 million.
Former professional baseball player Scott Bailes makes his return to the Minor League team.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is expanding the Branson visitors center building at a fish hatchery.
Dreamy & Darling Creations is coming up on a decade in business.
Issue is yet to appear this session on floor of House and Senate.
Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.