The donation makes $400,000 given by the outdoor retailer in the last four years.
Garrett Tyson has past experience with the city of Republic.
It's the third store for the coffee and tea business.
Snyder Construction Group is general contractor for the project.
The National Association of Counties is organizing the effort.
Ashley French is pursuing another position outside of the nonprofit sector, an official says.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein has tips for what to serve at the Thanksgiving table.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health has issued dozens of cease-and-desist letters to businesses in recent days.
Gov. Mike Parson yesterday announced the launch of a coronavirus vaccine website for Missouri residents.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma on Tuesday pleaded guilty to three criminal charges related to its role in the opioid epidemic.
Germany's Bertelsmann reportedly is close to reaching a deal that would entrench its position as the world's biggest book publisher.
While Nordstrom Inc.'s quarterly earnings were down from a year ago, they beat analysts' expectations.
Sunbeam Products issued a voluntary recall for more than 900,000 Crock-Pots.
Hy-Vee issued a voluntary recall for two of its branded products due to listeria concerns.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 30,000 points for the first time in history.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has become the world's second-richest person, according to the the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Dick’s Sporting Goods announced the promotion of President Lauren Hobart to CEO.
“We feel like the state has made a promise and they have an obligation to hit $10 million.”
—Hal Higdon of OTC, on the school obtaining another $5 million from the state to fund its manufacturing center
Meridian Title Co. is making acquisitions to build firm to nearly 100 employees in two years.
A pop-up art shop surfaced in the Rountree neighborhood; Matthew Picking opened Melancholy Roasting Springfield coffeehouse; and Burlington added another store in Springfield.
Community college still seeks $5 million in state funding for project.
Work on two road crossings is in motion on way to connecting Springfield and Ozark.