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Two high-level positions have become available due to a retirement and a relocation.
Newsmakers in the areas of education, engineering, health care, law, nonprofit, real estate and technology.
John Mulford, deputy superintendent of operations, plans to exit in the summer.
Ryan Beard is promoted as Bobby Petrino heads to University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
The proposal, slated to be on the April 2023 ballot, would allow for construction of a new fifth and sixth grade center.
The district would make facility improvements with the funding.
The nonprofit is fundraising to match a $5 million grant from the state.
Workforce expansion is the intended purpose, says Gov. Mike Parson.
Temple Hall, which may become Roy Blunt Hall, also is slated to undergo millions of dollars' worth of renovations and additions.
The newest facility for Springfield-based preschool and early child care operator Little Sunshine’s Enterprises Inc. opened; a love of food and cooking spurred Brian Keener to launch Contorto; and a CrossFit gym in Marshfield changed owners.
Personal responsibility and caring for employees are common themes among nine thought leaders.
The move will create the Judith Enyeart Reynolds College of Arts and Humanities.
SBJ interviews the director of the Jordan Valley Innovation Center at Missouri State University.
Dec. 13 is the date members will decide if Proposition S will move to voters in April 2023.
A new livestock handling facility is designed to offer more public education and research opportunities.
The James P. Keeter School of Engineering was launched six years ago.
Educational centers in Buffalo, Reeds Spring and Monett also are impacted.
In the race to open the $40 million, 120,000-square-foot Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing, faculty and staff from all over Ozarks Technical Community College pitched in.
The NXYP Top 10 Under 40 range in industry from banking, education and law enforcement to architecture, carpeting and insurance.
Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.