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Business

  • Green River Outdoors meets all of Casey County’s outdoor needs

    With an abundant wildlife in Casey County, it is no surprise that the region is home to a hefty number of outdoors men and women.
    As outdoor seasons come to an end, hunters and anglers leave their stands and fishing holes to repair, replace, or purchase new equipment to make the next season even better.
    Luckily for Casey countians, Green River Outdoors Store Inc., in Liberty is fully prepared to meet anyone’s outdoor needs.

  • Lights of Liberty gives community lots to do

    This upcoming Christmas season marks the second year of business for Lights of Liberty Theater, the rennovated movie theater in downtown Liberty.
    From newly released movies to community plays and dancing recitals, Lights of Liberty has provided the Casey County community with plenty to do, and according to co-owner Laura Hebrock, that’s exactly what they will continue to do.
    “Next year is expected to be THE movie year,” Hebrock said. “There are a lot of cool movies coming out.”

  • The Gathering Place of Liberty is more than a thrift store

    The Gathering Place, located in the heart of downtown Liberty, is more than a local thrift store – its a treasure trove of community donations and support.
    “Everything that we have here is donated by people in the city and county,” said Brenda Carmicle, the store’s manager. “I can’t even begin to tell you how many donations we get, it’s wonderful.” Carmicle said

  • Lifeline is ‘bringing healing home’ for the holidays

    “We bring healing home” – that is the motto of Lifeline Home Health Care in Liberty.
    For those who are recovering from injury or illness, being able to do so within the comforts of your own home can make a world of difference.
    Thanks to specially trained professionals at Lifeline Home Health Care, you can receive the medical care you need within your own home.
    With a professional staff of nurses, therapists, and home health aides, Lifeline is equipped to provide personal care and treatment for more than 50 different problems and disorders.

  • Staat’s Bakery in Liberty is all about fresh and local offerings

    Walk into the converted house on Beldon Avenue and at once, the senses are assailed by smells of fresh baked breads and pastries, all hand made on the premises.
    “It’s important that people know that what we cook is all good things. There are no preservatives, no additives, no artificial food colorings. It’s butter, real vanilla, cream, made fresh here,” said Blaine Staat, who co-owns the business with his wife, Catherine.
    Because it’s all made on the premises, Blaine said that customers can see exactly what they’re doing.

  • My Laser Gifts is the place to shop this Christmas

    For anyone seeking that unique and personalized gift this holiday season, then look no further than My Laser Gifts.
    Using the latest technology, the staff at MLG has a vast array of gift ideas that go beyond ordinary gift giving.
    “We personalize gifts and awards like boxes, clocks, things for school and the office, trophies, medallions and plaques,” said Myra Mings.
    Although these are but a few of the items to be laser engraved, Mings said customers can also bring in items they would like to have engraved.

  • Ambrosia Massage & Wellness aims to help you give back to yourself

    Casey County residents now have a place to go when they need to escape from the stresses of a fast-paced world – Ambrosia Massage and Wellness Center.
    Located at 483 North Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard in Liberty, Ambrosia offers a variety of body-mind wellness activities as well as designed treatment plans to meet the needs of each client.

  • New building erected in former Goose Creek factory location

    An industrial building which burned in May 2013 and was razed has been replaced by an ultra-modern building now housing two different companies.
    Micah Beard, a board director with the Casey County Industrial Development Company Inc., said that the new building, at 1139 Campbellsville Street, contains 29,500 square feet.
    Although it resembles one large building, it’s actually split into two parts.

  • Casey County Marketplace–downtown’s new treasure chest

    Would a junk store sell top of the line, name-brand items like Dooney and Bourke purses? No – and that is exactly why Casey County Marketplace is not a junk store.
    Owner Donna Means isn’t a merchant by nature, but when she began helping friends clear out their houses she realized she needed to do something with all of the stuff.
    “We have all these things we don’t want anymore and somebody else needs to benefit from it, rather than letting it sit in a storage unit,” Means said.

  • A & D Grocery store is now Gia’s Supermarket

    While it may look like the same grocery from the outside, Gia’s Supermarket (formerly A & D) is a completely new store on the inside.
    “We’ve retiled the floor, have new freezer and cooling units down one side of the store, new shelving, and all new and fresh dry goods and groceries,” said David Brown, who’s worked in the store for 26 years and now manages it for owners Charlie and Rita Patel.
    Brown said the store is the absolute cleanest he’s seen it in the years he’s worked there.