Columnist Phill Brooks addresses the rate race on Missouri’s highways and provides suggestions from Europe.
Columnist Mark Holmes says “handling the sheer volume and velocity of change today” is difficult.
Caitlin Kissee says well-trained managers must make the shift to start thinking primarily about the people who are getting the work done.
Web Producer Geoff Pickle experiences his most popular tweet to date.
Features Editor Hanna Smith says take a book to bed and call her in the morning. It’s almost doctor’s orders.
Springfield’s a gigabit city. Geoff Pickle says the hype is missing.
Missouri ag leader Chris Chinn lays out efforts to reduce regulations by Gov. Eric Greitens.
Columnist Mark Holmes: There’s a shift in how learning is consumed and how it is delivered.
A senior writer at the Show-Me Institute wants Amazon to pay the cost of its HQ2.
Features Editor Hanna Smith talks about Springfield’s thriving car community.
Other cities have redeveloped around a transit hub. City Utilities' transit director asks why not Springfield?
Features Editor Hanna Smith provides insight on the annual event.
Editor Eric Olson notices a shift in downtown's art scene.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews three beverages ranging in price from $22 to $65.
Chamber President Matt Morrow reflects on a Community Leadership Visit to Boise, Idaho.
Ellen Rohr discusses her latest, favorite recommendations.
SBJ Editor Eric Olson asks: If you had a million dollars, what would you spend it on?
Only a quarter of President Trump's nominees have been confirmed, and Roy Blunt says Senate Democrats are obstructing as a way of channeling their election disappointments.
When Twitter and foreign policy meet, it isn’t a laughing matter. Emily Letterman weighs in.
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