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Manufacturing, health care, IT, retail, hospitality and government are among the industries represented.

Village Meeple has more than 350 games in its library.

Local businessperson Mark Burgess takes on ownership of the newly formed Ozarks Lunkers.

Nonfarm employers added 3,700 jobs month over month, according to state data.

The mayor is recognized for community service involvement, citizenship and other work.

The Missouri Nonpublic School Accrediting Association votes unanimously, officials say.

Proceeds from the Gates of Opportunity Investment Fund will go toward student scholarships.

Before and After Brewing will offer beer brewed on-site, along with food and coffee.

The company taps Doug Parker to start a loan production office in Lenexa, Kansas.

SBJ interviews the president and CEO of Show Me Christian County.

Ozarks Pridefest a sticking point in lone dissenting vote.

Members of Generation Z – those born between the mid-to-late 1990s and the early 2010s – are more likely than previous generations to go to college, according to Pew Research Center, but is a college degree needed if a career field doesn’t require it?

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, nonprofit and real estate.

Initiative aims to better connect people leaving prison with local jobs.

New owner of Martha’s Vineyard says it’s a place for everyone.

It's a return to the market for NAI Global, this time under the leadership of Branson Realtor Larry Milton.

The metro area scores the best in housing during the first quarter, according to new report.

The local nonprofit is a 2023 Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Gold Standard Award Winner.

Trina Hargis is succeeding longtime health care leader Lynne Yaggy.

May marks the hottest month of the year so far.

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