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Children's Smile Center moves fundraiser to Nixa

Officials cite traffic issues as Balloon Glow temporarily becomes a drive-thru event.

The downtown brewery also is converting the adjacent property into an event venue.

The events collectively bring in roughly 40,000 attendees per year.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, media, nonprofit and tourism.

The attraction is expected to produce at least 450 jobs.

Twenty are celebrated in the 10th annual event.

Chef Paul Allen has a strong passion for food and community.

A search warrant discovers money counterfeiting operations at the Metropolitan Hotel, officials say.

The groups seek to expand services for small businesses in the Branson area.

Two business owners, represented by Kristi Fulnecky, allege harm to the tourist city's economy.

Restoration work is considered for the 400-acre site in northern Arkansas.

Sarah Cunningham plans a return to the Springfield area in September.

A state filing indicates the resort company is cutting 130 jobs.

Nearly 75 events set for 2020 have been called off in light of the coronavirus.

The recognition follows the opening last month of its newest ride, a $23 million project.

One month before his 100th birthday, David Leong died July 20 from pneumonia.

The project calls for 48 residences by 2022.

The project includes plans for 450 new jobs in the city near Branson.

The city of Springfield will use the 180 days to seek public input and develop project plans.

Communal-style dining concept Split Social Kitchen launched; Wicked Edge Barber Co., a mobile, full-service barbershop and salon, got rolling; and the Scotch & Soda space was converted into Sweet Boy’s Neighborhood Bar.

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