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Business briefs

Saturday, June 15, 2002

Southeast Missouri

Cape Girardeau

Mollie's, which opened downtown 13 years ago, has been sold by John and Jerri Wyman to Matthew Tygett and Michael Risch. Tygett is the chef at Mollie's and Risch is the general manager.

Olympic Funding, a mortgage company, has opened in Heritage Square at 2131 William. The owner is Wade Cardwell.

Triple S Flea Market has opened at 402 S. Sprigg. The owners are Fred and Helen Stilley.

Antiques Etc. has opened at 225 N. Sprigg. The owners are Mary Collins and Wanda Cooper.

Renaissance, an art decor store, has opened at the corner of Broadway and Main. The owners are Sherry and Mike Yaeger.

Marvels & Legends, a specialty comic books store, has moved from 1030 Broadway to 1027 Broadway. The owner is Ken Murphy.

Spectrum Transformer, which makes transformers for professional audio applications, has moved from Deerfield Lane to 624 Commercial. The owner is John Cunningham.

Annie-Em's, an antiques store, has opened at 38 N. Main. The owners are Karen Stephens and Marie Cooper.

Timber Creek Homes has opened at 3317 Highway 74, at the Dutchtown exit. The owners are Gary Coleman and Tom Slinkard.

Farmington

The Wal-Mart Supercenter on Karsch Boulevard recently had a grand re-opening after being remodeled. The manager is Rob Thomas.

Plaza Pools & Spas has relocated to Village Green Shopping Center on Highway 67.

Doug Ross, DDS, has moved from Columbia Street to Karsch Boulevard.

New member of the Chamber of Commerce is Big River Telephone.

Scott City

Ice Cream Corner has opened at 2302 Main St. The owner is Virgil Landewee.

Sikeston

New member of the Chamber of Commerce is Delta Health Network Missouri Primary Care Association.

Southern Illinois

Anna

Anna Medicap Pharmacy has opened at 1785 E. Vienna St. The owner is Larry Brymer.

Carbondale

Old Navy, a clothing outlet, has opened at University Mall.

Dillinger's Feed Store has been purchased by Alysa Gullett.

Sparta

The Amateur Trapshooting Association, which has 54,000 members worldwide, is relocating its headquarters from Vandalia, Ohio, to 1,300 acres northwest of Sparta. The president of the association is Phil Wright.


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