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Nixa chamber brings back Nixpo

The COVID-19 pandemic prompted organizers to cancel last year’s business event.

The MidxMidwst mural art and culture initiative organized by Meg Wagler plans to occupy part of downtown's Robberson Avenue alley in September.

The Silver Dollar City operator takes on majority ownership of Kentucky Kingdom.

The contract marks Texas-based Allied Orion Group's Missouri debut.

Martin Management Group is required to pay nearly $223,000 to the state.

The agreement would reimburse the project’s developer up to $2.1 million for public improvements on the site in northwest Springfield.

Airport officials expect leisure and business travel could take years to reach pre-pandemic levels.

Legislators in Jefferson City seek to level the playing field for the state’s retailers.

The company starts a flight path to Houston in May.

Longtime tourist attraction Fantastic Caverns adjusts to unprecedented drop in visitors in 2020.

Rated SGF is held at the Fox Theatre downtown.

The company celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Work has started on a 55,000-square-foot maintenance hangar for airline subsidiary Envoy Air.

The Park Board seeks to add city-owned land to the greenspace.

The company offers $4 million in prizes for the nationwide amateur circuit.

PKD Venue will serve breakfast and lunch starting Feb. 8.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide is buying the company.

The bakery has operated in center city for more than 11 years.

The company’s 105.1-FM The Bull station becomes the team’s exclusive radio home in the Springfield market.

Macy Mitchell takes on the role, sharing responsibilities with the board.

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