Putt-putt holes will be found inside and outside venues throughout center city.
Progress opens in the space vacated by Metropolitan Farmer.
The Carthage Press has returned six weeks after the 134-year-old newspaper closed.
Quaker Window Products announced yesterday it would build a $65 million factory in Eldon, about 30 miles southwest of Jefferson City.
IBT Media, the former parent company of Newsweek, yesterday pleaded not guilty to fraud.
The U.S. Postal Service is proposing the largest increase in its first-class forever stamp since 1991.
Facebook yesterday announced it removed another 800 pages and accounts that violate the company's rules "against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior."
China’s trade surplus with the United States rose to a record high in September.
Mortgage rates have climbed above 5 percent for the first time in more than seven years.
JPMorgan Chase's third-quarter earnings and revenue were better than analysts predicted.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries three beverages from the South American country.
Dec. 1 opening targeted for Jaclyn Square, with national company interested.
Gov. Mike Parson names Don Phillips to Board of Probation and Parole.
The retailer grows temporary worker plans by 40 percent as holiday sales expected to rise.
Net income rises by nearly 53 percent amid higher interest rates and increased fee-based revenue.
Elon Musk denied a report that 21st Century Fox executive James Murdoch is the "favorite" to replace him as Tesla chairman.
The Trump administration granted Procter & Gamble exemption from steel tariffs against Japan and Sweden.
Indoor kids playground Jungle Gym LLC opened; Pinnacle Business Solutions LLC started as a home-based business-consulting firm; and a church building in Ozark was converted to The Finley.