In a small community it is always with great sadness to see a business close and the potential for a building to sit empty. Many residents will drive past the building daily and notice signs coming down and the once thriving business now desolate.
The Corydon State Farm Insurance office has sat without a local agent since the retirement of Mike Beckner over a year ago. As of July 1st, the Corydon office once again has a local agent and she isn’t new to the insurance field.
Around a year ago Christian Kiefer and his father Kelly Kiefer began discussing the possibility of selling feed. With the nearest produce store over 20 miles away from the Corydon area they thought there was a demand for one closer to home.
In a small community a coffee shop can be so many wonderful things. Whether it be a quick pit stop in the morning for that wake-you-up cup to get your day going, a saving grace in the late afternoon from the office when it seems the day may never end, a place to collect yourself whether with…
The summer of Jill (Snyder) Tueth’s seventh grade year, she decided a babysitter would no longer be needed. Her mother agreed to her surprise, she just had no idea the catch behind it.