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November event to herald second annual Regional Men of Distinction

by David Mink, JRBJ Reporter  Joplin Regional Business Journal will present its second class of Regional Men of Distinction during a ceremony on Nov. 13. The dinner party will honor 15 of the region’s most influential men – from economic leaders to private industry go-getters. Nominations were accepted from members

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Pittsburg residents to peruse pedestrian plan proposal

by JRBJ Staff A Southeast Kansas group is holding a public information meeting in Pittsburg Sept. 15 to consider ideas about the city’s pedestrian and bike plan. Missouri-based group PedNet will hold the meeting from 6–8 p.m. in Pittsburg’s Memorial Auditorium, 503 N. Pine St. The plan will consider new

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City to hear proposal on Wayfinding upgrade

by JRBJ Staff The Joplin City Council is set to consider an upgrade to its Wayfinding sign system during its regular council meeting Sept. 15. A citizens’ tourism committee suggested the installation of the Wayfinding system in 2007 to point tourists and visitors to distinct districts within the city –

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Neosho Arts Council dedicates gallery in business center

by David Mink, JRBJ Staff When Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lauri Lyerla started with the chamber earlier this year, something stood out to her. “One of the first things I noticed was the blank wall across from my desk,” she said, indicating the long, white wall that

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Kansas and Oklahoma rank in Top 10 most dangerous states

by JRBJ Staff The states of Kansas and Oklahoma are in the Top 10 most dangerous states to live in based on the prevalence of natural hazards and disasters, according to a new ranking from national analytics firm CoreLogic (NYSE:CLGX). CoreLogic based its analysis on state data of nine natural

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General Mills agrees to $820M Annie’s Inc. purchase

by JRBJ Staff General Mills Inc. agreed to buy Berkeley, California-based Annie’s Inc. in an $820 million deal announced on Sept. 8. The Wall Street Journal reports that General Mills is hoping a bigger presence in the natural foods aisles will energize its business, which has taken a hit from

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Missouri among top three states for tech usage

by JRBJ Staff Missouri was named one of the top three states in the nation for its use of technology, its improved IT systems and its digital service to citizens. On Sept. 8, the Center for Digital Government gave Missouri an A grade in its annual Digital States Survey,

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