Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Kelly Horn and Jones Joint Venture No More

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Kelly Horn and Jones Joint Venture No More

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SPLITEM? Ladue's onetime most famous unmarried couple - former U.S. Rep. Joan Kelly Horn and Terry Jones, dean of arts & sciences at the University of Missouri at St. Louis - have agreed to disagree, according to their best friends. Reached about the matter, Kelly Horn said, "I'd rather not see it in the column. You never know. We might work things out."

BLUE NOTES: There is more trouble for St. Louis-based Blue Cross and Blue Shield. State insurance investigators in Kansas have announced an investigation into how a joint venture between the St. Louis and Kansas City "blues" had apparently failed to inform regulators that one of its medical plans had nearly run out of money in April.

FIT & MEET: Too many late-night meetings about Regional Hospital, worry about the city budget and way too much stress. That's personal fitness guru Rick Viehland's diagnosis of new St. Louis Mayor Clarence Harmon, who was hospitalized this weekend. Viehland, whose High Performance Human program teaches integrated physical, emotional and financial fitness strategies to many of the region's top CEOs, advises hizzoner to take things a little easier and to delegate more tasks. PARTY TIME: Former St. Louis Development Corp. exec director Chris Grace did an $85 million victory lap at Kemoll's Friday night. (He recently sold his computer software company, Johnson-Grace in LA, for that amount). On hand for the reunion were: Vince and Lois Schoemehl; Kathleen Brady; Mary Campbell; Walter Metcalfe; Linda Martinez; John Huggins, a former Grace colleague who lives in Denver; the American Red Cross' Deb Patterson; and Steven Stogel, who organized the clambake. KITCHEN SYNC: Can't someone at Channel 4 recalibrate the time shifter mechanism during those "CBS This Morning" cut-ins? Lips flap and words lag annoyingly as the pre-recorded programming plays on the market's determinedly No. 2 station. That brings us to Robin Smith, the Channel 4 news matriarch and target of some finger-pointing for having narrated the video for "2004" as being "a conflict." Not so, says Smith: "I think it helps with the vision of the metropolitan area. I donated the time and talent hoping it will help all of us. …

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