Business briefs

Sunday, August 15, 2004

CAPE GIRARDEAU

Laser Memories, an engraving business, has opened at 18 N. Spanish St. The owner is Jennifer Eudy.

The Bell, Book & Candle has relocated from 1029 Broadway to 637 Broadway. The owners are Fred and Donna Themm.

Tags-N-Trinkets, which sells personalized dog tags, has opened at Westfield Shoppingtown. The owners are Brandi Sampson and Rhonda Cox.

Cape Communications at 615 N. Broadview is under new ownership. Mark Essner and Mike Bles purchased the business from Tom and Judy Millburg.

Old Navy has opened at Westfield Shoppingtown West Park. The general manager is Liz Barbour.

The California Juice Club has reopened at 1034 Broadway.

BENTON

The County Icehouse, a sports bar, has opened at 6472 State Highway H, just east of Benton. The owner is Alan Jackson.

FARMINGTON

Thurman, Shinn & Co. has relocated to 315 N. Washington.

Regional Title & Land Service has opened at 10 N. Jackson St. The owner is Jackie Nasser.

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Check Please, The Baby Company, Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers, Wood Floors By Wicks.

JACKSON

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Andrews Chiropractic, Brown & Thomas CPA, Duskin Detailing, LBB Sales & Service, Jeannie VanDeven.

PERRYVILLE

Buchheit Rental and Small Engine Repair has relocated here from Biehle. It is at 1713 S. Perryville Blvd.

POPLAR BLUFF

Bardis and Jeanette Dismuke have purchased Julieann's, a fine-dining restaurant at 2350 Cheshire Blvd.

SIKESTON

Curves, a women's fitness business, has opened at 930 S. Kingshighway in Sikeston. The owner is Christy Pullum.

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