Friday, March 15, 2002
Cheers, a restaurant and lounge, has opened at 7034 Highway 67 South.
Premier Counseling has opened at 400 Broadway, Suite 423, in the H&H Building downtown.
Answer Right, a 24-hour live operator answering service and nationwide Internet service, has opened at 519 Broadway. The owner is Brad Keck.
U.S. Art Express, which sells personalized items, has opened at 1027 Broadway. The owner is Jamie Compas.
First Discount Travel has relocated from Westfield Shoppingtown to a strip mall at 3441-A William, near Wal-Mart Supercenter.
Shred Plus, a mobile company that will come to your business and destroy sensitive documents, has opened at 779 Enterprise. The owners are Mike and Michele Griffin.
The Shoe Department has opened at Westfield Shoppingtown West Park.
Leisure Retreat, which offers massages, body wraps, etc., has opened at 121 S. Broadview. The owner is Laura Pridemore.
Home Advantage Home Health Care Services has opened at 1919 Broadway. The owner is Glen Beussink.
Nail Pro has opened at 336 N. Kingshighway. The owner is My Nguyen.
New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Old Glory Flag & Pole, Dismuke Properties, Liberty Tax Service, Added Options, Pathways, White House Bed & Breakfast, General Electric Capital Assurance.
Regional Title and Land Services, title insurers and real estate closing services, has relocated from Marble Hill to 1166 Greenway Drive, Suite B-5. The owner is Sharon Hopkins.
Infinity Data Products has relocated to 528 E. Jackson Blvd. The owner is Larry Myers.
New member of the Chamber of Commerce is Karing Touch.
Brown's Guns and Custom Ammo has opened at 225 E. Main St. The owner is Jeff Brown.
Charlie's Pizza has been renamed The Pizza Place. The new owner is Mark Headlee.
Complete Vision Care has relocated from Main Street in Park Hills to 200 E. Woodlawn here.
Century 21 Goodson Realty has relocated to 101 Lore Drive.
Repeats & Other Things has moved from Scopus to 209 First St. The owner is Betty Wiesner.
Bollinger County Chiropractic and Fitness has opened at 307 Broadway. The owner is Beverly Peters.
Bollinger County Fitness has opened at 307 Broadway. The owner is Beverly Peters.
Friends Restaurant and Pub has opened on Highway 67 South. The owners are Bernie and Shirley Elliot.
Dirty Bearings, a skate park for youths, has opened at 157 East Murray Lane, behind Fisherman's Net and next to the bus station. It was founded by Sikeston High School students Devin Mills and Jordy Parker.
Mid America Rehab, located west of Basler Drive and west of Casey's, has opened. Therapy services include work conditioning/hardening, functional capacity evaluation, ergonomic analysis, hand rehabilitation and WorkSTEPS employment testing. The owners are Chris Marsh, Mark Mattingly and Bob@Body Copy: Sherrill.
Movie Gallery has opened in the newly renovated and re-named Plaza Ste. Genevieve. The manager is Travis Buehsking.
Five Guyz, a restaurant and banquet facility, has opened at the Benton Country Club. It is owned by Rhonda Bank.
O'Charley's, a restaurant, has opened at the Illinois Centre Mall along Highway 13.
Home Depot will soon build a 115,000-square-foot store southwest of the Illinois Centre Mall along Highway 13. The store is expected to open in December.