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The American Alliance of Museums recognizes the local institution.

When your training needs assessment shows there are gaps in employee performance the next step is to design an appropriate training solution according to Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce …

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, communications, education, government, hospitality and insurance.

City Council also considers amended rules for short-term rentals like Airbnb.

The contractor starts initial work before planned demolition in May.

Andrew Spurling with GFI Digital dispels five common myths around the selection and maintenance of your office copier from what your machine up-time expectations should be to how you can vet copier …

Jeff Matthews succeeds Stan Dobbins, who took over as city administrator.

Jonathan Dodd and Brian Kubik started a partnership many years after they first met in grade school, finding trust to be the most critical piece to finding a business partner. The business plan for …

A council measure is designed to help along the planned expansion of the school’s diesel mechanics center

Crews widen a berm surrounding the city’s Compton Sewer Treatment Plant.

Officials expect a delivery of a new transformer after a failure last year.

The plan leans on state and local sources for much of the funding as they partner with the federal government.

Jerry Davis is among employers who issued bonuses related to tax law changes.

TIF Commission supports $446 million whitewater rafting park.

Karen Best will participate in discussions at the White House, as well as meetings with the National League of Cities.

The latest check from the Department of Revenue comes to $4.3 million, but it’s still below projections.

The politician who has twice lost to the incumbent joins the Republican ticket.

The latest Show-Me State unemployment situation also is released.

The Branson Board of Aldermen is up next to review the $446 million project.

Matthew Simpson succeeds Craig Fishel, who’s running for the Missouri House.

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