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UMB Financial Corp. sees 40% drop in 1Q earnings

by JRBJ Staff UMB Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: UMBF) announced first quarter earnings of 52 cents per share, down 41 percent over the same period in 2013, when earnings were 88 cents per share. Net income for the quarter ending March 31 was $23.4 million, a 33 percent decrease over the

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Joplin foreclosure rate continues drop in Feb.

by JRBJ Staff The foreclosure rate in Joplin continued to fall in February, dropping by a fraction of a percent over the same month in 2012, according to a monthly report from CoreLogic. The February foreclosure rate in Joplin was .98 percent, down slightly from the February 2012 rate of

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Downstream expands Quapaw ag program

by JRBJ Staff Officials with Downstream Casino Resort and the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma made a significant expansion to the Quapaw Tribe Agriculture Program – a 140-head expansion, to be exact. Tribal authorities were on hand April 22 as ranchers from Vinita, Okla.’s Spur Ranch delivered 70 Black Angus cattle

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UMB named to national ‘Bank Honor Roll’

by JRBJ Staff UMB Financial Corp. was among 31 financial institutions named to KBW Inc.’s annual Bank Honor Roll, according to a news release. KBW recognizes pubically-traded banks each year that have more than $500 million in total assets and meet three criteria: no annual loss reported in net income

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Pittsburg chamber announces SBOY finalists

by JRBJ Staff A contractor, an ophthalmologist and a custom framing business round out this year’s Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year finalists, according to a news release. PACC announced the three finalists on April 16. The businesses are Jim Radell Construction, Kanarr Eye Care and

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Crespino-Graham to leave United Way, stay in Joplin

by David Mink, reporter Although Bev Crespino-Graham is stepping away from her role as executive director of the United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas, she says she won’t be leaving the community. “I’m not going anywhere,” she said. “There’s a lot of work to be done in this

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