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Vicki Pratt joins the organization from the Jefferson County Economic Development Corp. and Thrive Economic Development in Wisconsin.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Nonfarm payroll ranks dip, according to state data.
Innovate SOMO is estimated to generate over 700 jobs in three years.
Sarah Kerner has worked for the Springfield municipality for more than 14 years.
Officials want to conclude fundraising phase this summer.
All but one of eight MSAs in Missouri follow suit, according to federal data.
Tuesday's election also brought new school board members to SPS.
The latest portion of a yearslong revitalization effort in Branson for its high-profile West 76 Country Boulevard is back in motion after a pause since 2020.
Estimates suggest the Bass Pro Shops’ World’s Fishing Fair, running through Sunday, could draw half a million attendees.
The local area's GDP has risen by $557 million over past three years, according to SmartAsset.
Newsmakers in the areas of economic development, education, government, health care and manufacturing.
Up to 80,000 people are expected to attend the downtown Springfield event in August.
Secured projects in past two years bring capital investments of $319.4 million.
The project is back on track, says Randall Whitman, manager for the 20-year initiative, at a council workshop.
The March 30-April 3 event is expected to generate an $80 million economic impact, officials say.
The Missouri Technology Corp. issues grant as part of $1 million in statewide entrepreneurial assistance.
Nixa, Ozark and Greene County are among government entities that want to conduct a feasibility study for faster internet speeds.
Economist predicts response to invasion could hurt small businesses.
The rest of Missouri's MSAs follow suit, according to federal data.
The nonprofit moves into its new campus.