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In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

The honorees of this year’s Economic Impact Awards embody what’s possible when talented people come together with innovative ideas to spur growth for our region.

The Ozark Region Workforce Development Board helps fill the pipeline of workers to support economic expansion for the local community.

In Rogersville, developments are bringing rooftops to the city.

Features Editor Christine Temple outlines the event, along with an announcement of the winning companies.

Economic Growth Survey results are unpacked.

Ryan Mooney of the chamber: "Economic development boils down to creating a place where businesses thrive and invest, in turn providing good jobs for people who commit to live and work there."

SBJ discusses economic development with local executives.

Nicole Brown is promoting placemaking through a museum without walls in downtown Springfield.

Approved by 62% of Missouri voters in November 2018, Proposition B increases the state minimum wage in increments of 85 cents per hour through 2023.

The $300,000 project is designed as an “all-inclusive, sensory park” for children with and without disabilities.

The retailer buys a vacant lot in The Shoppes at Branson Hills.

The deal is part of a multimillion-dollar long-range plan approved earlier this year.

The legislation authorizes funding for the governor’s Fast Track program.

The estimated $10 million project would bring more student housing and commercial space near the school.

Commercial tenants are on board, a representative says.

Whether it’s through jobs, medical tourism or gross state product, hospitals make a major impact on the Springfield-area and statewide economy.

The hiring event hosted by American Legion is designed to fill up to 400 job openings.

More than 63,000 people visit in the last 12 months as officials prepare for a $19 million master plan.

It’s the largest amount among six other incubators in the state.

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