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Sully Loves Sugar blends pet products, gifts and candy at Marshfield shop.

The project took 18 months to complete.

Megan Neyer now covers southwest Missouri for the organizational solutions company.

A grand opening is expected next month.

President Clif Smart says discussions are "still a long way from completion."

MSU's Stephanie Hein: "No other industry was hit harder by COVID-19 than the hospitality industry."

As the spring travel season continues and COVID rates diminish, the hotel industry in Springfield is looking to restock its staffing levels.

The $28,000 venture also includes a farmers market.

The Walnut Street event canceled last year is scheduled Sept. 18-19.

Officials say lost group business due to the pandemic resulted in the city missing out on at least $44 million in spending last year.

SBJ unveils the 2021 Economic Impact Awards honorees.

The company is expanding its saltwater manufacturing through the purchase of North Carolina's Hatteras Inc.

The metro area scores well on safety and travel costs.

The organization announces 80 people will engage in programming via two classes.

Company commissions locally produced pieces that highlight takeaways of the pandemic.

HappyFeet Soccer franchisee says program prepares youth for sport and business.

Over 30 years after its last use as a jail, a 91-year-old Dallas County building has a new lease on life as a short-term rental – allowing its visitors to leave anytime they like.

USA Today's 2021 10Best poll runs until May 24.

Kate Francis brings two decades of arts administration experience to the organization.

The Nixa festival is scheduled later this month.

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