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The funding goes toward environmental job training.

The state's other metro areas presented a mixed bag in December, according to federal data.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, communication, health care, human resources, lending and nonprofit.

Grant program is set to sunset in August.

Insurance provider invests $230K statewide in health care students.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

Employers add 16,700 nonfarm jobs in December.

Springfield Public Schools, the state’s largest district, cites staffing issues.

Taj Suleyman says leaders must be intentional about diversity, equity and inclusion.

Most Springfield workers would receive 4% increases; police, fire and health workers would be in line for $6,000 in retention pay over three years.

The Hive will serve as a career launch pad for people with developmental disabilities.

Information technology and inventory are among the new departments.

The district reinstates a face mask mandate for all employees and visitors, but not students.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, communications, hospitality, law and nonprofit.

Crista Hogan and Rachel Anderson are scheduled to be recognized during a ceremony in March.

The manufacturer reports more than $112 million worth of donations and volunteer hours.

The document includes pay increases for employees and focuses on projects such as the Kansas Expressway extension.

Management team of Mueller Field Operations buys the business segment a year after a similar deal was canceled.

New program serves as companion to organization’s business fair.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, construction, education, energy, law, marketing, media and procurement.

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