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From the Ground Up: General aviation terminal

An expansion and renovation to the Springfield-Branson National Airport’s general aviation terminal, built in 1990, will nearly double its size to 8,923 square feet, providing more space and amenities for passengers in privately owned aircraft.

Economic Vitality & Workforce Development office is expected to bring efficiencies, official says.

New Department of Economic Vitality & Workforce Development would maximize efficiencies, official says. 

Statement says city ‘perplexed’ by move, which followed offer to provide fiscal services for a year at no cost. 

The wait to see when – or if – the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates this year isn’t impacting access to credit or the ability to raise capital, according to local banking officials.

SBJ economic survey data informs a look at the local economy.

In a U.S. presidential election season that brings regular gloomy predictions with the nightly news, projections by area business leaders in the 2024 Economic Growth Series survey are looking up.

Over 300 students have completed workforce development program.

Area gains nearly 15,000 residents over 3-year span.

Bradley Testerman is selected to lead the Economic Development Partnership of Bolivar & Polk County.

Ken McClure speaks about progress at the municipality, his work as mayor and economic development wins.

Council is slated to hear the proposal at its June 10 meeting.

Data from recent decision-maker survey is presented at event.

The Center for Workforce and Student Success is expected to open by fall 2026.

Chamber hits pledge goal for growth initiative, prepares for fall housing study release.

City’s expenditures projected to top half-billion mark.

The top categories considered for funding would align with city’s Forward SGF comprehensive plan. 

Five commercial lots offered around site of Christian County offices.

Legislators secure $727M for I-44 upgrades while child care aid falters.

The deal with St. Louis Children’s Hospital follows similar move by Mercy in March.

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