Franchise concept targets the brain to tackle behavioral, academic and social disorders.
Parkview High School student Gabe Crouch started his first business; Montana-based Avitus Technology Services bought Layer 3 Technology; and Tina Stevenson purchased Fiction, Facts & Fun.
Three Missouri partners plan an upscale project with Walnut Street and Jefferson Avenue frontage.
Officials want to convert Campbell Elementary into an early childhood center and Parents as Teachers hub.
SBJ Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the teacher at Nixa Public Schools’ John Thomas School of Discovery.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, infrastructure, insurance and nonprofit.
Kevin Patterson is leaving the district after six years holding the top position.
Daniel Ponder explores the implications of presidential popularity.
The education board votes unanimously to keep John Jungmann on through the 2020-21 academic year.
C. Pat Taylor plans to retire Aug. 31 after 22 years leading the Bolivar university.
Isabel Eisenhauer is stepping down after 10 years with MSU.
After selling the business in 2014, Bernie Squitieri is getting back into transportation.
Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, law, military, municipal and nonprofit.
School officials attempt to create a better value for students.
Boulder, Colorado-based Lucky’s Market opened its first local natural foods store; 4 by 4 Brewing Co. LLC debuted; and Perspectives Preparatory Academy opened.
Officials celebrate a $2.2 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
Newsmakers in the areas of consulting, education, entrepreneurism, health care, hospitality, law enforcement, legal, municipal and nonprofit.
At Ozarks Technical Community College, Sara Coatney advocates for hands-on learning through apprenticeships.
2018 brings a renovated Glass Hall at Missouri State University’s College of Business, just in time for the start of the spring semester and David Meinert’s new seat as interim dean.
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Former investor Jonathan Eilian’s J.D. Holdings plans to buy at least 35 properties through a landmark bankruptcy settlement.
“You’ve gotta go back to the basics,” says Larry Peterson, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of Springfield Missouri. Peterson says he gains leadership advice from General Ulysses S. …