Today, Governor Mike Parson announced 11 broadband projects will receive $846,407 through round two of the state’s Emergency Broadband Investment Program.
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The IAIABC is the largest association of workers’ compensation jurisdictional agencies in North America.
Speaker Tim Jones is expanding his statewide media reach by announcing that he has been selected to host “The Morning Line” on Springfield’s 93.3FM and AM560 KWTO, The Voice of the Ozarks.
Parson announced that 39 Missouri libraries were awarded more than $870,000 to help residents access high-speed internet.
Gov. Mike Parson has proclaimed Sunday, Oct. 11 as Missouri Fire Service Memorial Day.
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences has been named a recipient of the 2020 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
Joe Lauber was honored with the Lou Czech Award at the Missouri Municipal Attorney Association annual meeting.
Due to Missouri’s economic recovery, the U.S. Department of Labor has “triggered off” of the unemployment Extended Benefits (EB) program, making Missouri no longer eligible for the program.
Missouri approved nearly 65,000 patients, caregivers — with another nearly 10K more in process.
The Workforce Training Initiative helps provide quality job training opportunities through non-profit organizations, local governments, community colleges, public technical colleges, and public universities.