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The multifaceted process involves demolition of vacant structures and expected future use of a church building.

Revised plan incorporates fewer raised medians after economic impact study and conversations with business owners. 

The locations take on the Springfield company's branding after a 2019 acquisition in the country.

A grand opening event marks the first Missouri store in the travel center chain. 

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ORLY stock has climbed steadily since the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Scrivener Oil Co. Inc. operates the new concept inside one of its Signal convenience stores.  

The Oshkosh Striker 3000 is known for its carrying capacity, among other features.

A hotel and restaurant are being pursued, Darrel Wilson says at SBJ 12 People event.

The new high-water mark represents the first push past $1,000 in company history.

Glen Walker started the trucking company over four decades ago.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

The 53,000-square-foot travel center is located at Interstate 44 and Mulroy Road.

New interchange area ready for retail, industry and housing after infrastructure investments.

The Queen City metro area scores lowest in housing costs.

Vehicle repair business Craig Automotive Services LLC relocated in Rogersville; architecture firm Kinetic Design and Development LLC moved; and the newest Domino’s pizza shop opened.

Officials say $6M is in range as electric vehicle install jobs grow.

Editorial Vice President Eric Olson take a sneak peek at a new product launch by bike rack company Kuat.

An O’Reilly Auto Parts retail store is now under construction in Nixa.

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