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Economist predicts response to invasion could hurt small businesses.

The rest of Missouri's MSAs follow suit, according to federal data.

Downloads are up by as much as 100% for some in Springfield and Greene County.

The resort's director of agronomy talks progress.

The ongoing difficulties for businesses finding talent to occupy openings or new positions within their company are partially the fault of the employer, according to a Harvard Business School professor.

Springfield is scheduled to host two basketball events this month.

Developer plans to clean up land and generate revenue at intersection of West Sunshine Street and James River Freeway. 

Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.

Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual event is scheduled March 19.

Amanda Ohlensehlen starts the newly created job later this month.

Arvest Bank recently hired two economic development specialists within three months of each other.

The Park Board additionally seeks summer staffers.

The event scheduled March 30-April 3 in Springfield celebrates the retailer's 50th anniversary.

The CVB reports a jump in occupancy, as well as revenue.

CU is slated to take down power stacks at James River Power Station on Saturday.

Springfield City Council last month approved the sale for $1, citing a public benefit.

Ryan Mooney brings decades of economic development experience to the bank.

Greene County gears up to distribute more federal stimulus relief dollars.

City officials are working through multiple proposals at the site.

The state ranks No. 7 nationwide during 2021, according to latest annual data.

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