Business briefs

Friday, October 15, 2004



XTreme Motors has relocated to R and S Auto Sales on Independence.

Schuette Custom Woodworks at 6810 Highway 25 has changed its name to True 32 Custom Cabinetry. The owner is Jim Schuette.

Albert Street Chiropractic Clinic has opened at 226 Albert St. The owner is Dr. Tim Joplin.

Old Bavarian Dining has opened at 1000 N. Sprigg.

Bi State Southern, a gas and convenience store, has opened at Sprigg and Highway 74.


Hidden Treasures on Highway 77 South in Chaffee has been purchased by Lee and Tina Horton and John Walker.


Big River Telephone has relocated to 205 W. Karsch Blvd.

New member of the Chamber of Commerce Deviant Cycles.


New member of the Chamber of Commerce is High Street Station.


DC Electronics has opened at 337 Highway 61. The owner is David Lancaster.


Tucker Guns & Ammo has opened on Highway 72. The owner is Bryan Tucker.


Sundazed Tanning Salon has relocated to Westwood Plaza. The owner is Sally Adams.

Manpower has opened an office in Hillsdale Plaza at 2725 N. Westwood. The branch manager is Debbie Glenn.


Communications on the Go has opened at 822 E. Malone. The owner is Emily Kimes.

North Main Florist has opened at 1126 N. Main St.

MetLife Financial Service has opened a branch office at 603 S. Main St. location. The owner is Starrla Norman.

New member of the Chamber of Commerce is DeWitt Embroidery.

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