Monthly Archives: April 2015

Gov. Nixon visits Barry County dairy farm to sign legislation supporting Missouri agriculture

Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Edgewood Dairy, a pasture-based dairy farm in Barry County, to sign House Bill 259, the Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act; and Senate Bill 12, an omnibus agriculture ... Read More

ASIFlex Expanding Operations to Moberly

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation announced today that ASIFlex plans to expand its benefit administration service operations to Moberly. The company will lease space next to GE Capital at 1961 Hirst ... Read More

Emerald Automotive is trying to help the U.S. Postal Service bring mail trucks into the future

More than a dozen companies, including those now making military Humvees and luxury sport-utility vehicles, are vying to bring the lowly mail truck into the future. Fifteen suppliers have been qualified ... Read More

New data shows Missouri is a national leader in improving graduation rates

Missouri ranks 5th in the nation in graduation rate increase since the 2010-2011 school year Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Maryville High School to applaud the district’s strong record for keeping ... Read More

Orschelm Products L.L.C. announces construction in Moberly

Orscheln Products L.L.C. announces construction of a state of the art 15,000 square foot test laboratory on its Moberly, Missouri campus. This new lab will include mechanical, environmental, vibration, electronics, and ... Read More

Sungevity outpaces its own expectations for hiring

04-23-2015 | Kansas City, Mo. — Andrew Birch, left, Sungevity’s CEO, is joined by Bob Langenkamp and Bob Marcusse during Sungevity’s grand opening and ribbon cutting event at their new office ... Read More

Barnes-Jewish Hospital named to ‘great hospitals’ list

Becker’s Hospital Review, a monthly publication that focuses on hospital news, legal issues and industry trends, just released its annual 100 Great Hospitals in America, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital is the only ... Read More

SLU awarded federal contract to study ‘universal’ flu vaccine

Saint Louis University is studying a concept for a universal flu vaccine, under a $1.1 million federal contract funding the project. The goal is to develop a vaccine that could protect ... Read More

Leading automotive supplier to open manufacturing facility in Riverside, creating 267 new jobs

U.S. Farathane will supply plastic components for GM and Ford vehicles Missouri’s automotive supplier industry continued its growth today as Gov. Jay Nixon, along with local leaders and company executives, announced ... Read More

Moore Gear adds 34 new jobs in Hermann, DED announces

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that local manufacturer Moore Gear and Manufacturing Company will invest more than $1.8 million to increase production capacity at its Hermann facility. ... Read More