Rebecca Martin

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News Tribune staff reporter

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Homegrown: California farm specializes in pasture-fed, farm-fresh eggs

Matt and Eleanor Tiefenbrun’s self-described “full-time and more” farm is in its seventh season producing poultry. The 160-acre Buttonwood Farm near California, Missouri, began a new project — producing farm-fresh eggs — just last year.

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BizBeat: ValetLuxe offers luxury limo experience

If you’re looking to arrive in style, ValetLuxe is on its way — already here, actually.

BizBeat: Roofing business cleans up after Mother Nature

Mitch Wideman is putting his 15 years of experience in roofing to use in his own Mid-Missouri business.

BizBeat: Jamey’s Club under new ownership

Jamey’s Club, at 900 W. McCarty St. in Jefferson City, is under new ownership as of Dec. 1, 2015.

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Another big year of improvements in store for Capital Mall

Mall officials call timing of three stores’ departure coincidental

Doing business in a construction zone has become business as usual at Capital Mall in Jefferson City.

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BizBeat: LabSpace Robotics offers engineering classes for kids

LabSpace Robotics opened at the beginning of January in a permanent space in Capital Mall. It now offers robotics classes for children in second through seventh grade.

BizBeat: Data Comm under new ownership

Marco, a technology services provider with offices in eight Midwestern states, announced it purchased local information technology company Data Comm Inc. earlier this month.

BizBeat: Mobile ultrasound unit appears at mall

First Flutters Elective Ultrasound, a mobile business based in Laurie that provides keepsake ultrasounds for pregnant women, will be at Capital Mall on Feb. 6-7.

Chamber Gala emphasizes working in harmony

Former Jefferson City parks director Bill Lockwood honored at event

2015 marked a successful economic development year for Jefferson City with two major business attraction projects.

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BizBeat: Central Dairy closes door on home delivery

A change in services at a longtime Jefferson City business marks the end of an era for some who still enjoyed Central Dairy products delivered to their front porch weekly.

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