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Marshall Gordon is credited with enrollment growth and facility expansion work.

Historic renovations are on the square, while officials seek development in empty business park.

The advocacy group highlights key issues passed by lawmakers.

Employers add 11,800 jobs in April, according to state Department of Economic Development.

Mark Walker, a local CEO and a member of the Drury University Board of Trustees, says employers are increasingly seeking college graduates who have some kind of meaningful real-world, hands-on …

Public Works officials schedule a public meeting this month.

Nontraditional students can get tuition covered to take coursework for high-demand jobs.

Robert Randolph starts three years ahead of the expected opening date.

David Mitchell examines the industry, finding it accounts for 10% of gross state product.

As newly graduated college students leave behind their schools this month, a fifth generation of employees is entering the workforce for the first time.

Activity at the 32-acre Finley Farms development in Christian County is no longer just future plans and construction work.

Most IsoAge Technologies employees now work in Springfield.

The nonprofit will repair 40 Greene County homes with $750,000 in funding.

Justin Branham, President of Branco Enterprises, says the moment you decide to build a building, you need to have a preconstruction meeting with your contractor, designer and other stakeholders. …

General contractor JE Dunn Construction Co. expects to complete the 75,000-square-foot facility in two years.

The majority of the state follows suit in March.

Sherry Coker, Executive Director at the OTC Center for Workforce Development, says your business is like a baseball team — every team needs a coach and the best teams have specialized coaches to …

Three Missouri cities make annual WalletHub report.

The two discuss a potential $7 billion-$10 billion route between Kansas City and St. Louis.

Young professionals who aren’t interested in owning a home yet, still can expect to live in luxury. Sam M. Coryell, Derek McCrea, and Jessi Beauchamp of Coryell Collaborative Group provide five …

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