Missouri Department of Economic Development articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2015/02/21 03:42
2015/02/21 03:42
5d
Joplin Looks to Grow Music SceneJoplin Looks to Grow Music Scene The music scene is growing in Joplin"we don't normally have weekday shows," Blackthorn Concert Promoter Melanie Womble said. "And I've...
2015/02/21 03:42
2015/02/21 03:42
Latest videos
2015/02/20 21:42
2015/02/20 21:42
6d
The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Leggett & Platt Adjustable Bed Group will expand in Joplin. The company has signed a lease for a 42,000 square-foot facility...
2015/02/19 03:29
2015/02/19 03:29
7d
There is a team at work in Sedalia and Pettis County that doesn’t score touchdowns or home runs, but when they have a victory it has a significant impact on the community and county. Economic...
2015/02/18 06:38
2015/02/18 06:38
8d
As state officials attempt to relieve a significant shortage of nursing professionals in Missouri, nursing educators are asking the state for additional resources to keep up with demand. Out of 114...
2015/02/15 11:02
2015/02/15 11:02
11d
The Jefferson City Day Care Center is renovating its laundry room and multipurpose room as a part of the planned renovations in progress since June. The recent construction started nearly a month...
2015/02/14 18:45
2015/02/14 18:45
12d
... City Beat” is a weekly report on happenings in Missouri’s state government. Aside from noting actions of locally-elected officials Rep. Nate Walker (R-3), Rep. Craig Redmon (R-4) and Sen. Brian...
2015/02/08 12:02
2015/02/08 12:02
18d
With 1,200 job cuts to be made through September at Fort Leonard Wood, a U.S. Army study now estimates an additional 5,400 jobs could be lost at the Missouri military base by 2020. Joe Driskill,...
2015/02/04 20:28
2015/02/04 20:28
22d
Local officials working to provide opportunities for Nordyne employees With Nordyne ceasing operations by the first part of July impacting 240 jobs, the question is what these employees will do next?...
2015/02/03 03:29
2015/02/03 03:29
23d
While the plans are still preliminary, Sedalia could be getting a new Head Start building in the near future, and the Sedalia City Council approved a resolution in support of that effort during...
2015/01/29 23:50
2015/01/29 23:50
28d
COLUMBIA, MO -- IBM officials confirmed to KRCG 13 that some of their Columbia employees were laid off this week. Company administrators are not giving any specific numbers. Columbia’s IBM employees...
2015/01/29 08:23
2015/01/29 08:23
28d
JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Department of Higher Education will meet in Jefferson City Thursday to discuss a new higher education plan. It is the third public hearing the department has held since...
2015/01/23 13:57
2015/01/23 13:57
m
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will be in Springfield talking jobs Friday. Nixon will visit to help announce new jobs and investments by manufacturer Allen Filtration, LLC. The governor will also highlight...
2015/02/21 03:42
2015/02/21 03:42
Latest from Twitter