Published Saturday, January 31, 2009
By JOE MEYER
of the Tribuneís staff
Target Masters takes pride in supporting the Second Amendment.
The business, which has been open for almost 18 years, sells everything from tactical-style rifles to handguns and offers
firearms training and courses for people seeking conceal-and-carry permits.
Mediacom to drop KETC, KSDK and add WGN HD
By JUSTIN WILLETT
Tribune business editor
On Feb. 17, Mediacom is dropping two St. Louis stations from its broadcast basic lineup - NBC affiliate KSDK (Channel 4) and PBS affiliate KETC (Channel 19).
THE ENTREPRENEUR NEXT DOOR
Ventures gain traction despite many obstacles
By MARY PAULSELL
On Tuesday night, Central Missouri felt its first really serious winter storm. Roads were slick, and visibility was poor. Only those willing to take the risk were out on the streets that evening. Only those with a sincere need to travel and a strong desire to reach their destination were huddled up against the harsh elements.
GRAND OPENING: NEW BUSINESS IN COLUMBIA
NEW CHAPTER COACHING
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
The race to refinance begins as rates drop
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - When California state employee Tim McManus peers into the future, he sees 4.5 percent interest. "Iím hoping it will go down more. One more drop," says the Sacramento homeowner with a first mortgage at 6 percent and a second at 7.75 percent.