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White River Marine Group plans to hire 130 workers within the first year of operation.

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Banker Thane Kifer’s Best Western Plus is on track for a May opening.

The move would come with a new property tax levied on residents of regional school districts.

A simple swab of the inside of your cheek can lead to optimizing your nutrition and fitness program, personal medication profile, in addition to your ancestry. According to Austin O’Reilly, owner …

The Missouri Association of Manufacturers holds its annual conference.

Development interest heightens with major south-side additions underway.

Businesses seek practical uses for the emerging technology.

The McQueary family receives the Tom Billionis Lifetime Achievement Award.

Co-founder Don Harkey becomes the sole shareholder and chief executive.

Juan Garcia signs on for the keynote presentation during the MOmentum: State of the Workforce program.

Sam Hamra is honored during the organization’s annual meeting at University Plaza.

Kenny Ross is no longer with the construction firm he co-founded in 1982.

Isabel Eisenhauer is stepping down after 10 years with MSU.

Nonfarm industries drop 1,600 jobs in December, according to the state Department of Economic Development.

The ousted professionals are finding their footings in new careers.

Bass Pro currently is determining how many jobs and operations to keep in Sidney, Nebraska.

At Ozarks Technical Community College, Sara Coatney advocates for hands-on learning through apprenticeships.

Change One Thousand targets several industries and seeks to aide Zone 1 residents.

The company expects to add the new service providers throughout 2018.

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