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Reflecting on 2022, the SBJ newsroom compiles the top 10 stories that impacted regional business.
Panelists at the annual Manufacturing Outlook on Dec. 7 reflected on workforce recruitment and retention and investments in automated equipment before a sold-out crowd of 450 attending the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
The agreement, which involves the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and other organizations, focuses largely on sheltered workshops.
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.
Mike Sewell is interviewed live during 12 People You Need to Know series.
On the other side of the planet from Springfield, heads of state and other representatives throughout the world have gathered to craft further strategies to address global climate change.
Amendment 3 levies a 6% retail sales tax on recreational weed.
The last live music show is on New Year's Eve, though acts will return at a planned tasting room, officials say.
The decision is expected to cost the company millions of dollars.
A diverse trio of projects are finalists for the Springfield Contractors Association’s Design Team of the Year award.
Show-Me Organics' deal for an 80,000-square-foot growing facility is awaiting state approval.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, hospitality, insurance, law, manufacturing and sales & marketing.
Sales rise 6% to $45.8 million during the three-month period.
Organizers expect roughly 1,000 high school students at first-time event held at OTC.
Voters will decide on legalization of recreational weed.
Terra Star is planning a production facility that would create 31 jobs.
The manufacturer is projecting less-than-expected sales and earnings for the full year.
Springfield-based nonprofit The Warrior’s Journey is caring for military vets internationally.
Mexican restaurant chain expands to Springfield
Springfield coffee shop closing
Legal snafu inadvertently nixes Doling Park development
Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks
Branson lodge featured in '77 New Springtime Hotel Openings Worth Visiting This Year'
Biden issues first veto as president