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An initiative called Nixa 2045 is designed to guide decision-making, development and infrastructure projects.

An application process is opened by the community restoration nonprofit.

A memorandum of understanding between the local utility's board and the Southwest Missouri Joint Water Utility Commission awaits U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approval.

SPS to target inefficiencies in two of its schools.

All of the Missouri MSAs tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics post increases in the past month.

The school board is considering both closure and expansion options as it mulls study by Davis Demographics.

Steve Childers to lead city’s key growth initiatives, including Forward SGF.

Officials expect global network to form by June 2024.

A hotel and restaurant are being pursued, Darrel Wilson says at SBJ 12 People event.

The local county's average weekly wage during the period rises to $1,039.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

The Economic Development Partnership of Bolivar & Polk County becomes a partner of Innovate SOMO.

New interchange area ready for retail, industry and housing after infrastructure investments.

The Queen City metro area scores lowest in housing costs.

Upper-midscale hotel rooms are needed in both Webster County cities, according to report completed for Webster County Commission.

Recently released state data show the seven-county Ozark Region has 9.2% of the state's workforce, while presenting a mixed bag in educational attainment.

Pamela Yancey of Arvest Bank is slated to become the chamber's CEO next month.

College’s airframe and powerplant program plans 2025 debut.

The university is named a Designated University Center by U.S. Economic Development Administration.

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