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Wants to know when Mike is opening the Circle R

Comments re article 46434: For Business Location In Walking Distance of Lindsey Wilson

Lois Cunningham writes:
Just wondering if Mike is so high on "within walking distance of Lindsey," which I, by the way, think is great. When is he finally going to do something about re-opening the Circle R? It sits there slowly dying and is not only within walking distance of Lindsey, but directly on the way to Lindsey's football/ baseball complex. There is no place for out of town guests and local residents to have a non fast food / non ethnic meal. A good place to have a steak or fish would be a great bonus for Columbia. - Lois Cunningham
We've told Mike Stephens the same thing, over and over and over - at least about opening the Circle R, though not about the kind of restaurant it would be, but don't seem to have one bit influence directly with him at all. However, we do have much say with his brother, Richard Stephens and Jack Russell Stephens, perhaps The Smartest Dog in Adair County, and will take the matter up with them. That ought to get the ball rolling. We'll see. -EW

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