Daily Dish 2/8: Columbia hopes to become home to massive data center

City prepares Ewing for data center tenants— Columbia Business Times

Investors are traveling around the country in hopes of convincing Fortune 500 companies to build a data center at Ewing Industrial Park, “a deal with a massive capital investment that could pump more than $1 billion into the Columbia economy.”

More snow and low temperatures expected in Columbia—Columbia Missourian

“Laura Kanofsky, forecast meteorologist for the National Weather Service in St. Louis, said on Sunday that 1 to 3 inches of snow was expected beginning Tuesday night and continuing into Wednesday morning.”

Student apartments get go-ahead— Columbia Daily Tribune

Columbia City Council approved plans for a 100-unit, four-story complex at College Avenue and Walnut Street.

Missouri Supreme Court denies appeal in Martin Link execution— Columbia Missourian

“The attorney for Missouri death row inmate Martin Link continued to file last-minute appeals Tuesday in an effort to spare the life of a man convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing an 11-year-old St. Louis girl.”




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