• Liberty Collision Center offers one-stop shop for wreck repairs

    Cars are built today to crumple upon impact to deflect injury from its passengers. Liberty Collision Center, which opened late last summer, offers drivers a one-stop shop to get their car back into shape and shining like new.
    From frame repair to painting, the center, a division of Davis LLC, has the latest technology to put a wrecked car onto the road again quickly.

  • Love for barber shops becomes career

    A local man who’s been hanging around barbershops most of his life now works in one. And he loves every minute he’s there.
    Brandon McKinney, 34, son of David McKinney and Kathy Blevins, has been working at Charlie’s (McAnelly) Barber Shop since July. He grew up in Liberty, graduating from Casey County High School in 1996.
    Always knowing what he wanted to do as a career, it took the stocky young man with a ready smile several years to get around to pursuing it.

  • Local business offers contract-free prepaid cell service

    Casey County now has a local alternative for prepaid cellphone service.
    Chad Tyner of Windsor will be hosting the grand opening of his new business, Wireless 523, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2.
    “We are going to be a cell phone store where we provide prepaid service for everyone,” Tyner said.
    The monthly plans start at $30 for unlimited talk and text, and go up to $60, which includes unlimited talk, text, and picture messaging, as well as 2 GB of data, $20 international talk, and free international text.

  • Davis’ Furniture closing ends chapter on three downtown businesses

    The closing of Davis’ Furniture in Liberty ends the chapter on three old downtown businesses — Phillips Furniture Store, Floyd’s TV & Appliances and Kennedy’s Supply.
    The store is expected to close the first week of February, said owner Ronnie Davis.
    “Downtown business is not like it used to be,” he said.
    The closing of the store’s doors also means the end of an era; the store’s origins go back to the late 1800s.

  • Business Briefs

    Pedi Nails to relocate
    Pedi Nails, a manicure and pedicure salon, will begin the move to a new location later this month.
    Currently located in the building with the former King’s Express BP, Pedi Nails will move directly across the street to 408 Wallace Wilkinson Blvd., to the right of Cash Express.
    Services will start at their new location on Dec. 1.

  • Rayborn returns to Liberty with Double R’s Discount

    Double R’s Discount
    12 Hustonville St., Liberty
    Tue. - Sat. 9-5

  • Med Source open for home medical needs

    Med Source
    68 Hustonville St., Liberty
    Mon. - Fri.. 8:30-5

  • Gettin’ a deal at the Getten Store

    The Getten Store
    99 Wallace Wilkinson Blvd., Liberty
    Mon. - Sat. 9-5

  • Waynesburg man sentenced to 13 years

    A Waynesburg man who was accused of burglarizing a local pharmacy has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
    Jasper Edward McCann, 28, was sentenced by Special Judge Robert McGinnis in Casey Circuit Court on June 25 for third-degree burglary and theft of a controlled substance.
    McCann confessed to authorities on Nov. 30 that he broke into the Wesley Drug Co. in Liberty two days before.
    According to Liberty Police Chief Steven Garrett, McCann took 4,683 Opana and Oxycodone pills.

    Also on June 25

  • Business Briefs

    Higher One Graphics relocates
    Higher One Graphics, a graphics design company that does screen printing, embroidery, and makes signs, has relocated to downtown Liberty.
    Opened in April 2011 in Yosemite, co-owners Shannon and Angie Cain and Crystal Campbell moved to Liberty for the convenience of their many customers and to attract walk-in customers.
    Cain said that he works with customers to design the perfect graphic or lettering for a T-shirt, cap, hoodie, jacket, polo shirt, or just about any other garment.