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Business Spotlight: Creature Comforts

Client and revenue growth at Seven Hills Veterinary Clinic fuels move to larger home.

The Doula Foundation of Mid-America Inc. moved; Steve Albrecht opened Dr. Steve Albrecht Coaching Services; and Common Sleep LLC got its start.

Potential facility operators apply for city zoning approvals.

A brother-and-sister team begins operations today.

A fire erupts at Kings River Marina over the weekend.

The concept, which also features a bar for owners, is scheduled to open in 2020.


John “Buz” Hosfield’s children seek to pass on the brewery.

Invo Solutions’ video banking software aims to shorten wait times and increase efficiencies.

Kristen Gossett took on her first business venture with Extra Care Hair Co.; the second Springfield restaurant for Neighbor’s Mill Bakery & Cafe opened; and Branson-based Clear Entertainment and Marketing Group LLC was sold.

The hiring event hosted by American Legion is designed to fill up to 400 job openings.

It’s the largest amount among six other incubators in the state.

A manager at Prime trucking is bringing the bite-sized pastry concept to the Ozarks.

Got Your Six Coffee Co. donates to organizations that help veterans and local first responders.

The new headquarters and second branch for Volt Credit Union began operations; Mary Overbey opened Borealis Consulting LLC; and Staxx and Jellybeans relocated.

The arrival and rapid growth of agents at a new real estate venture is speeding the demise of a longtime company in the industry.

Aaron Owens says his 6-month-old real estate firm emphasizes family, relationships and allowing agents to dictate their own goals.

Springfield Paper Co. maintains revenue growth trend in second century of operation.

Adventure Bicycle Co. opened; BluCurrent Credit Union launched its fourth branch in the Ozarks; and Able Coffee & Provisions LLC got its start.

Springfield Diner’s Omer Onder meets with a restaurant consultant.

The closure of the local food delivery service is the second of its kind this year in Springfield.

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