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Change One Thousand targets several industries and seeks to aide Zone 1 residents.

The U.S. jobless rate is unchanged in December, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A gas tax increase is among suggestions presented in an 87-page report.

SBJ examines the year in mergers and acquisitions.

James Tillman says his work with James Hulston is evenly split.

A newly signed lease at Branson Landing spurs plans for a summer opening.

The Missouri jobless rate improves to 3.4 percent in November.

Developers still pursue ethnic dining destination on Commercial Street.

The housing project is now only $300,000 away from its fundraising goal of $2.4 million.

Attorney Britton Jobe is honored among three other finalists.

The executive is diagnosed with an advanced stage of melanoma cancer.

City officials are launching a second year of the OnPoint Talent Attraction Program.

The board appoints a third-generation family member to the top post.

The local area ranks 83rd among 114 Missouri counties for tax burdens to residents.

Local residents make an average $789 weekly in the second quarter.

The organization’s board plans to hire a replacement by mid-January.

Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.

The MSA is one of three statewide to hit the improvement benchmark.

A recent graduate takes over as coordinator for the young professionals organization, while a legislative assistant also comes on board.

The Springfield chapter of The Indivisible Project rallies against legislation working its way through Congress.

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