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What started as a temporary venture is causing participants to rethink the original plan. Sweet Vintage, 126 W. Court, on the south side of the Paris Square, is a store front featuring three local … more
The old adage of, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, is how Cory Craig and his wife, Denise, are approaching their new venture with Smoke Trail BBQ, 2116 S. Main, Paris.The couple took over … more
Zack and Vanessa Janis look at business as more than a way to make money.The couple along with business partner Dennis J. Breneman recently acquired the former Sno-White Laundry at 211 N. Jefferson. … more
Marc and Bethany Dalbey are new the owners of Dalbey Designs, formerly Terri’s Threads.The couple purchased the business — located on the east side of the square in Paris — and took … more
It is exciting for a business owner to expand with a new service.Kathy Jo Drake recently added a framing component to her Weeping Manor store at 103 N. Central, Paris. She acknowledges there is a big … more
EnerStar employees and board members spent the final two months of 2016 supporting Do It! cancer support group by participating in two activities, according to Angela Griffin, manager of marketing … more
Two Paris certified public accountants have been named partners-in-charge of two offices of Larsson, Woodyard & Henson, LLP, Certified Public Accountants.Marla D. Coffman and Holden DavisM will … more
Combine an eye for decorating with organization and a background in the retail and antique industry and you’re got LaNee A. Benefiel Pfeiffer, co-owner of HP Trader Estate Tag Sales in Paris.A … more
When the popular Hob Nob in Danville moved to Peoria this year, three young Edgar County women who own vintage businesses agreed to establish their own show — Vintage Stockyard Market — … more
After 35 years serving her customers, Sharon McDaniel is retiring as beautician and nail technician at The Scissor Shack.McDaniel said she is “putting away her scissors, nail files and color … more
Johnna Todd has found her niche with her special event business Sassy to Classy, celebrating its second year in business.“I love decorating and making people happy for their special … more
It’s been quite the learning curve for Paris Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism executive Tanner Laughlin, but now that he has six months under his belt, Laughlin is looking forward to a busy … more
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