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However, the area has the lowest weekly average among the largest counties in the state.

Join SBJ Editorial Director Eric Olson for a live interview with one of these 12 People each month during the ticketed events.

A restaurant industry veteran launched a food truck; Courageous Family Group changed its name; and the north-side office of the Missouri Job Center relocated.

Company officials cite the coronavirus pandemic for the 420 cuts.

The university will eliminate 24 positions in response to "historic budgetary issues" and COVID-19.

A $2.2 million funding request is slated to go before council next week.

The local metro area's jobless rate came in at 9.1% in April.

The Outland will stay operational after one sale is called off and another commences.

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.

Majs. Jon and Kris Augenstein have 23 years of experience with the nonprofit.

No. 1 is protection against employers from COVID-19 legislation.

Governor touts education and workforce in proposed $31 billion budget.

Individual awards also are announced for the 2020 Dynamic Dozen.

Outland officials cite the COVID-19 pandemic and point to a sale of the business.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One idea is to use an employee outing day to volunteer for an organization so you can accomplish …

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

The funding is for employees impacted by the coronavirus.

“A common misconception is that structural engineers are only needed from the initial design phase of a building,” says Travis Miller, Owner and Senior Structural Engineer with Miller …

The majority of this year’s companies receiving top honors are among the most affected industries by COVID-19: restaurant, hospitality and health care.

Discussions relaunched after chamber visit to Kentucky last year.

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