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Index Shows Growth in Missouri’s Economy Missouri’s Purchasing Manager’s Index, a key economic indicator, climbed to its highest level in nearly a year. June’s score of 58.7 was the highest since July 2002 and also marked the 17th consecutive month ...

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Kansas Citians Making Headlines

Carolyn Gerdes of Springfield has been appointed to the Missouri Art Council board for a five-year term. Governor Bob Holden selected Gerdes, who has served for 13 years as a member of Springfield’s city council and is a supporter of ...

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Funding Made Available for Art Programs Commemorating Lewis and Clark In recognition of the bicentennial of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery, the Missouri Arts Council will establish $30,000 in grant money to those organizations that wish to ...

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St. Louis Firms Cancel Merger

The proposed combination of two prominent St. Louis law firms has been called off. Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C. and Rosenblum, Goldenhersh, Silverstein & Zafft P.C. have discontinued their discussions about the combination of their firms. The previously announced combination ...

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'Women Who Mean Business'

Winners of The Kansas City Business Journal’s ‘Women Who Mean Business’ award, including Daily Record columnists Denise Henning and Constance Ward, gathered at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center on Friday.

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By Erin Piel

An illegible postmark date on an envelope to the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission containing an appeal for workers’ compensation benefits requires an evidentiary hearing to determine when the envelope was placed in the mail, ruled the Missouri Court of ...

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