Fulton Sun Business


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Dragon Kitchen reopens Oct. 31

Restaurant’s new health inspection clears it of prior violations

Read more about the restaurant's reopening and view the Oct. 29 inspection report as well as the restaurant’s initial Oct. 15 health inspection report — which listed violations.

Westminster College is seeking public feedback

Westminster College is seeking public comments about itself as part of the school’s periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.

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Ameren Missouri replaces traditional postcard bill with new monthly energy statement

Starting this week, Ameren Missouri customers will receive a different monthly statement than they are used to. Customers will now receive a full page, monthly energy statement that will take the place of their traditional postcard bill.

Callaway County United Way gives money to SERVE for families affected by Evergreen Apartments fire

The Callaway County United Way gave SERVE, Inc. a check last week to further help the 26 Holts Summit families who were displaced by the Oct. 3 Evergreen Apartments fire.

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City: Dragon Kitchen to open soon after closing due to poor health inspection report

Fulton restaurant Dragon Kitchen should be open again for business soon. It closed after receiving poor marks on a Fulton health inspection last week. Read more about the violations and see the inspector's report.

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Ameren Missouri’s Callaway plant undergoes one of its largest maintenance outages in plant history

Plant to replace its original reactor vessel head from 1984

Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center started a planned refueling and maintenance outage on Saturday, Oct. 11. Ameren customers’ service will not be affected by the planned outage, according to an Ameren press release.

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Taking the reins: WWU alumna, Fulton teacher opens Anderson Equestrian Center

Katy Anderson first started riding horses when she was five years old and said she always wanted to do something to help others enjoy horses as much as she has. She recently started a new business — Anderson Equestrian Center, LLC — that boards horses and teaches riding lessons.

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Archie's opens with tribute to local, national athletes

Mark "Archie" Archambault decided to leave the Arris' franchise months ago, and with the help of his crew, has made the restaurant completely his own from the name change to "Archie's," to the items on the menu, to what is sported on the walls.

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Lulu’s Frozen Yogurt holds first chess class

Free classes continue Sept. 4-5

Wednesday, Sept. 3 was the first of three free chess classes at Lulu’s. Read about the experiences of those who attended the first class.

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Lulu´s Frozen Yogurt to hold free chess classes next week

Lulu’s Frozen Yogurt and Coffee Shop will host free beginner-level chess classes starting next Wednesday, Sept. 3 through Friday, Sept. 5. Read more about why they are holding the classes.

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Ameren still interested in nuclear

Past the razor wire and security checkpoints that guard Missouri’s first and only nuclear power plant, there’s an empty gravel lot where a second reactor was to have been built.

Auxvasse selects contractor for water improvement project

Auxvasse Board of Aldermen chose Hutchins Telecom LLC as the contractor for the city’s water improvement project. All five bidders listed the project’s cost more than the $1.99 million the city had budgeted for water improvement.

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Heart of Nashville restaurant opens in New Bloomfield

Christina Dallas Jones and her husband Jym Howe left Nashville behind to open a Nashville-themed restaurant in New Bloomfield. Read more about their move and their new restaurant's singing servers.

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Red Cross Pharmacy to build drive-thru, remodel; demolishes adjacent building on Court Street

The Red Cross Pharmacy in downtown Fulton is adding a drive-thru for the pharmacy and remodeling the interior of the building. To make room for the drive-thru, the pharmacy is demolishing the building adjacent to it.

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Hatton trio turns passion for printing into successful business

In 2009, two childhood friends joined forces to form a small letterpress company — a way to turn their passion for illustration and graphic design into a business.