Joe White has the details of state officials' decision Monday to cut a $6.25 million check to help Columbia State Community College relocate its campus from near Franklin High School to a Liberty Pike spot near Carothers Parkway. School President Janet Smith plans to add a number of health care programs to her curriculum in the coming years.
SEE ALSO: Columbia State gets $6.5M for new Franklin campus from last month
Franklin-based Prime Colorants is investing $1 million in a range of equipment that will boost its production capacity by 2.5 million pounds. The move has execs at the maker of color concentrates for the automotive and consumer sectors thinking about their space needs.
Eco-Energy, the Cool Springs-based marketer and distributor of alternative fuels, "has made a lot of positive changes of the past 12 months" and worked its way back into the good graces of Glacial Lakes Energy. The South Dakota company has contracted to have Eco-Energy distribute the ethanol produced at a plant in the Mount Rushmore State.
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