The owners of Soul Song cut the ribbon at their new location, 604 N. Maguire St. Pictured from the left, Chamber Ambassador Sharri Carter, Katelyn Hughes holding Stella Creighton, 9 months, co-owners Amy Creighton and Adonius Wright, Hudson Tegtmeier, Rhonda Mosley and Chamber Ambassador Nan…
HIGGINSVILLE — Trinity Technology Group, an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) manufacturer located in Higginsville, announced an investment of $7.25 million to expand their existing 65,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, adding 20 new jobs with an average wage of $43,500.
SEDALIA — State and community leaders gathered in Sedalia last month to announce the launch of TMS International’s new facility. TMS International is the leading provider of onsite, industrial steel mill services for steelmakers around the country. Their new facility will be co-located with …
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers slowed their hiring in July but still added a solid 164,000 jobs to an economy that appears poised to extend its decade-long expansion.
JEFFERSON CITY — On Thursday, Aug. 1, Gov. Mike Parson departed for Australia for a second international trade mission. Australia is Missouri’s ninth largest international market with over $308 million in exports in 2018.
If you’re one of Facebook’s more than 2 billion users, are you any better off now than you were before the Federal Trade Commission imposed new privacy restrictions and a $5 billion fine on the company this week?
Airyn Guinn of Holden is one of three winners of the Tractor Supply “Great Neighbor” Contest — a contest in which youth submitted a photo and caption of a 4-H or FFA program or experience that shows how they’ve made a significant impact in their community.
WASHINGTON — The government says the U.S. economy grew more slowly in 2018 than it previously estimated, downgrading its estimate from 3% to 2.5%. President Donald Trump had frequently boasted of the 3% growth figure as evidence that his policies invigorated the economy.