Springfield Local Business
Local business in Springfield, MO
Yesterday | via PRWeb
The Larson Group, award-winning Peterbilt dealership and parts supplier, overhauled the 2015 Peterbilt Sleeper with a custom pink paint job, expanding breast cancer awareness with every haul. The Larson Group, a leading provider of full-service leasing for Peterbilt trucks, recently customized a Peterbilt 389 sleeper to support people affected by breast cancer. Comment?
Yesterday | via Daily Political
According to Zacks, "Guaranty Federal Bancshares, Inc. has a subsidiary corporation offering full banking services. The principal subsidiary, Guaranty Bank, is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, and has nine full-service branches in Greene and Christian Counties and a Loan Production Office in Webster County. Comment?
Saturday Oct 22 | via News Tribune
Susan Cook speaks July 12, 2016 to the Jefferson City Rotary Club about her master's degree work on school shootings. Cook has been named the executive director of Habitat for Humanity. Comment?
Thursday Oct 20 | via Curbed
High-traffic highway interchanges can be a mess. Drivers trying to get onto highway on-ramps typically have to make lefthand turns across traffic-which can increase traffic congestion and car crashes. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 19 | via ClipSyndicate
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Conservation agents in Missouri and Arkansas are aggressively trying to decrease the feral hog population, however they may soon be taking different approaches. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 18 | via Business Wire
Springfield, Missouri-based John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts has hired Hana Colvin as executive chef at the company's Embassy Suites by Hilton Huntsville Hotel & Spa in Alabama. With her flair for farm-to-table cuisine, Executive Chef Colvin will oversee the debut of The R. restaurant on October 20 at the 295-suite hotel, which is connected via skybridge to the Von Braun Center. Comment?
Friday Oct 14 | via BroadwayWorld.com
On the heels of the announcement about her highly anticipated double album The Weight Of These Wings in stores on November 18, Lambert is planning a trek to perform these new songs for her fans on the upcoming Highway Vagabond Tour. Her first single "Vice" is swiftly climbing the charts at radio and has her fans and critics swooning alike. Comment?
Thursday Oct 13 | via USA Today
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt's D.C. address an issue in his re-election bid USA TODAY review shows senator has claimed a number of different addresses as his residence. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2ewIenW Roy Blunt speaks during the Missouri Press Association Candidate Forum on Friday, September 30, 2016 at the Chateau on the Lake Resort in Branson. Comment?
Thursday Oct 13 | via Phoenix New Times
Doug Ducey received free tickets to the second annual Southwest Cannabis Conference, but event organizer Demitri Downing isn't holding his breath for the Arizona governor to attend. Downing says he also sent complimentary passes to Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Secretary of State Michele Reagan, but they wouldn't be shocking no-shows either. Comment?
Thursday Oct 13 | via Business Journal
Bass Pro Shops CEO Johnny Morris held a meeting this week with about 250 employees at Cabela's headquarters in Sidney, Nebraska, to address concerns about the merger of the two outdoor sports retailers. Comment?
Thursday Oct 13 | via Hawk Eye
Bass Pro Shops' CEO has told Cabela's employees he won't plant false hopes about their jobs after his company completes its purchase of Cabela's but repeated earlier statements some operations will stay in the Nebraska town where Cabela's was founded. Last week's announcement of the $4.5 billion deal to buy Cabela's raised questions about the about 2,000 people the company employs at its Sidney, Neb., headquarters. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 12 | via Heavy Duty Trucking
David S. Congdon, vice chairman and CEO of Old Dominion Freight Line and Robert E. Low, president and CEO of Prime were appointed by ATRI chairman Judy McReynolds, ArcBest Corporation chairman, president and CEO. Congdon has been in the LTL business for 43 years, serving in positions ranging from dockman and driver to director of safety and CEO. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 12 | via O-R Online
The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores. Comment?
Monday Oct 10 | via Finance and Commerce
Uncertainty about Cabela's future has already slowed the housing market in the outdoor retailer's hometown of Sidney, Nebraska, and that is likely to intensify now that the company has agreed to be bought by rival Bass Pro. The sharp drop in housing demand in the western Nebraska town of about 7,000 is a sharp contrast to what residents were used to before Cabela's started reviewing its strategic options last year. Comment?
Sunday Oct 9 | via Norwalk Citizen News
Uncertainty about Cabela's future has already slowed the housing market in the outdoor retailer's hometown of Sidney, and that is likely to intensify now that the company has agreed to be bought by rival Bass Pro. The sharp drop in housing demand in the western Nebraska town of about 7,000 is a sharp contrast to what residents were used to before Cabela's started reviewing its strategic options last year. Comment?
Thursday Oct 6 | via Denver Westword
A photo shared on Facebook by Brittiany Hoagland, a plaintiff in the Free the Nipple lawsuit currently pending against the City of Fort Collins. Since then, Fort Collins has filed a motion to dismiss the suit. Comment?
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