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SRC plans up to $100M in developments over 10 years

The company intends to add 1 million square feet in the Queen City.

When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in the Ozarks, it shut down most revenue streams for area hospitals almost overnight.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, law and media.

Medical professionals are 'cautiously optimistic' as pandemic continues.

The COVID-19 pandemic prompted organizers to cancel last year’s business event.

Over 80% in health care sector note struggles to find qualified applicants.

Average local weekly pay rises 6.8% in the third quarter.

A year dubbed unprecedented in many ways has led to a new concern for employers, employees and customers alike – exposure to the coronavirus at places of business.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, government, insurance, marketing and nonprofit.

Show Me Christian County organization adds staff and plans to double annual budget through five-year plan.

Delays in receiving tax statements in Greene County stemmed from technical errors as one county office changed software systems, leading to late and sometimes incorrect statements and the resignation of the Greene County collector.

The company is seeking employees for developments in Republic and Springfield.

Patrick Baird and Katherine Thompson are exiting Baird Lightner Millsap.

The health care system is seeing lower patient counts following December peaks.

A collaboration between a tech-focused nonprofit and the Missouri Job Center is generating new talent for the information technology industry via free training classes.

Airport officials expect leisure and business travel could take years to reach pre-pandemic levels.

Specialty grocer Filipino Market LLC opened; the Republic restaurant for national pizza chain Domino’s moved; and personal trainer David Poland expanded into Christian County.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, insurance, law, municipal, nonprofit and retail.

The Hive in Willard is hiring people with disabilities for plans to open in March.

Legislators in Jefferson City seek to level the playing field for the state’s retailers.

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