john fougere http://kbia.org en Bond pending in Mo. legislature would help MU renovate STEM facilities http://kbia.org/post/bond-pending-mo-legislature-would-help-mu-renovate-stem-facilities <p>On April 8, the Missouri Senate passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 39, which would appropriate $71.1 million for 47 repair and maintenance projects for the University of Missouri System. That money is part of a larger proposal to borrow $600 million for capital projects at universities statewide.</p><p> Thu, 24 Apr 2014 13:25:44 +0000 A.J. Feather 51879 at http://kbia.org Bond pending in Mo. legislature would help MU renovate STEM facilities Former Hostess employees get help in job search http://kbia.org/post/former-hostess-employees-get-help-job-search <p></p><p>The State Rapid Response Team is assisting former Hostess employees in Mid-Missouri get back to work.</p> Thu, 29 Nov 2012 17:46:07 +0000 Emily Potthast 25208 at http://kbia.org Former Hostess employees get help in job search Food distribution company expands operations in Holts Summit http://kbia.org/post/food-distribution-company-expands-operations-holts-summit <p>Pro Food Systems Inc. is planning to add 43 jobs within the next five years at its operation in Holts Summit. Wed, 17 Oct 2012 22:49:01 +0000 Devon Fasbinder 22995 at http://kbia.org Missouri's economy lagged nation's in 2011 http://kbia.org/post/missouris-economy-lagged-nations-2011 <p>Missouri&rsquo;s Gross Domestic Product growth was stagnant in 2011. That&rsquo;s according to a new report released Tuesday by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, or BEA. Wed, 06 Jun 2012 22:39:26 +0000 Jacob McCleland 15459 at http://kbia.org Missouri's economy lagged nation's in 2011 Business Beat: September 21, 2011 http://kbia.org/post/business-beat-september-21-2011 <p>This week: Yogurt businesses are booming in Columbia, but is it because of a preconceived notion? Mamtek International, based in Moberly, was suppose to bring 600 more jobs to the city but is now having financial difficulty.&nbsp; And Monday&rsquo;s City Council meeting left Columbians unhappy with a new price increase.</p><p>Hosted by Nick Adams. Wed, 21 Sep 2011 23:01:30 +0000 1701 at http://kbia.org Business Beat: September 21, 2011