St. Louis Call Newspapers

Setting up home office can be as easy as 1-2-3

December 31, 1969

Whether you're working from home or starting a small business, a limited budget can make it challenging to equip offices with the right technology to perform essential business tasks.Additionally, it is crucial to have access to the best in customer service and support. No matter what time of day ...

Oakville man will oversee heavy industrial projects

December 31, 1969

Michael P. Rother, of Oakville, has joined Murphy Co. to oversee the firm's heavy industrial business sales. Rother joined Murphy from Phillips, Getschow Co., of Oconto Falls, Wis.He has worked on a number of heavy industrial projects for major corporations in the St. Louis metropolitan area, including...

Gaming developers to make public presentations on their proposals

December 31, 1969

Public presentations by gaming developers will be sponsored by the St. Louis County Economic Council from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 18, at 121 S. Meramec Ave. in Clayton.The St. Louis County Economic Council and the St. Louis County Port Authority received three proposals on Nov. 14 from g...

Local doctor named second VP of Logan Alumni Assn.

December 31, 1969

The Logan College of Chiropractic Alumni Association has elected Dr. Sean Casey to a one-year term as second vice president of the association. Dr. Casey has a chiropractic practice in Oakville.Casey is a 1993 Logan College graduate. He has been a Logan Alumni Association board member since 1997. He ...

Gaming companies hoping to hit the jackpot with casino proposals

Isle of Capri Casinos Inc., one of three gaming developers eyeing a south county location, is proposing this \$167 million development near the Jefferson Barracks Bridge that would include 1,600 slot games, a 220-room hotel, four restaurants, a parking garage, a 12,000-square-foot entertainment event center and other amenities. The road in the foreground is Interstate 255.

December 31, 1969

Residents don't have to wait any longer to find out where in south county developers would like to build a casino — but the betting has just begun as far as which developer will have the chance to build one or two.Responses to the St. Louis County Port Authority's request for proposals for a gaming ...

Crestwood area now home to new Foot Healers Clinic

December 31, 1969

St. Louis County based Foot Healers recently opened a podiatry center at 8430 Watson Road.Foot Healers is the first to bring a unique approach to podiatry by combining a doctor's office and retail footcare products store under the same roof.

Area builder erects retail center

December 31, 1969

Kadean Construction Co., of Fenton, is erecting a 90,300-square-foot flex office center — the first building to emerge at Gravois Bluffs Business Park in Fenton.GJ Grewe Inc., the developer of the 40-acre business park, has leased the nearly 40 percent of the building to its first tenant, a Sears O...

Goldie Locks celebrates grand opening with friends

December 31, 1969

Goldie Locks Salon, 11719 Gravois in Sunset Hills recently held its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. On hand were several dignitaries as well as Crestwood/Sunset Hills Chamber of Commerce officials and members.Goldie Locks Salon is owned by Tracy Mason, who has 11 years of salon experience. The salon...

Merger creates Keystone Bank

December 31, 1969

The recent merger of Normandy Bank and Farmers Bank, two long-standing independent community banks, has a component that most business mergers do not have. Not one employee of either bank will lose his or her job due to the merger."Many members of our bank staff have been with us for more than 30 years,...

Kozeny named Associated General Contractors chair

December 31, 1969

Patrick J. Kozeny, of south county, President and Chief Operating Officer of Kozeny-Wagner, Inc. has been installed as Chairman of the Board of the Associated General Contractors of St. Louis (AGC).Kozeny was named as "One of the Nation's Top 25 Construction Executives Under 40'' as reported by US Hea...

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