Yearly Archives: 2015

Nine Missouri high schools named to ‘America’s Top High Schools’ list

Source: St. Louis Business Journal Nine high schools in Missouri made the Newsweek ‘America’s Top High Schools 2015’ list, which includes 500 high schools from the U.S. The results of this ... Read More

Green energy coming to Marshall, Missouri

MC Power, of Lee’s Summit and Sedalia, will be in Marshall on Aug. 27 to break ground for a new 3.25 megawatt solar farm. Located off U.S. Route 65, the 15-acre ... Read More

Gov. Nixon announces more than $10 million in renovations at Southeast Missouri State University

Cape Girardeau, MO — Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Southeast Missouri State University to announce more than $10 million in improvements and renovations made possible through Building Affordability, an initiative proposed ... Read More

KC Bier embarks on $1.2M expansion, including bottling line

KC Bier Co.’s growth has far exceeded the expectations of founder Steve Holle, reaching the point where needs to launch a big expansion project. Based in Kansas City’s Waldo neighborhood, the ... Read More

Rating agencies reaffirm Missouri’s AAA credit rating

Gov. Jay Nixon recently announced the State of Missouri’s AAA credit rating has been reaffirmed by rating agencies. “Year after year, our bi-partisan work to maintain a balanced budget and make ... Read More

KC-centered Animal Health Corridor reaps global recognition

The corridor, through natural synergy and active economic development recruiting, has become a business site for more than 300 companies devoted to animal health. Companies are working on projects including controlling ... Read More

Missouri University of Science and Technology’s engineering program ranked 3rd best in the nation

Missouri University of Science and Technology’s engineering program is ranked the third best in the nation, according to a report issued by USA TODAY College. The report states that two of ... Read More

Port of KC barges into big plans for the future

After getting its feet wet, Kaw Valley Cos. Inc. has signed a long-term lease as the operator of the Port of Kansas City. Jason Jacobson, vice president of operations at the ... Read More

Two Missouri utility companies earn honorable mentions as top utilities for economic development

Ameren Corp. and KCP&L both earned honorable mentions in Site Selection magazine’s latest list of the nation’s top utilities for economic development. “This year’s top utility economic development teams know they’re ... Read More

Lakeview Energy, LLC Expanding Operations to Moberly

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation announced today that Lakeview Energy, LLC plans to expand its international bio fuels operations to Moberly. The company has purchased the assets of the former Producer’s ... Read More