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The plan is mostly financed through federal stimulus funds.

Myriad industries are highlighted in the 10th annual class.

Outland officials cite the COVID-19 pandemic and point to a sale of the business.

Bourbon & Beale gets its start, and other projects are in the works for Michael Felts.

Hy-Vee and several restaurants are among those impacted.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, construction, government, health care and nonprofit.

SBJ recognizes up-and-comers in the area.

A youth sports organization is partnering with a Tulsa developer on the project, as well as local philanthropist Bobby Allison.

Jeff Seifried takes on the top role at the insurance firm.

Protestors weren’t alone in their call for systemic change in Springfield, as several businesses supported a recent demonstration.

A 50% occupancy requirement loosens rules for businesses.

The executives are returning to the utility after working for other companies.

The $34 million from the federal government must be spent by year's end.

Charlyce Ruth worked for the organization for two decades.

Jeff Jochems has worked for the school since 1991.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

Musicians turn to virtual performances and commissioned songs for income.

The local metro area's jobless rate came in at 9.1% in April.

The university will eliminate 24 positions in response to "historic budgetary issues" and COVID-19.

SBJ honors the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

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