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North Side of 100 E. Main renovation is now complete

2013-01-02 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.7 FM. Campbellsville's Main Street is a role model for other revival towns. All of the north side of the 100 block of E. Main Street has been made over into structures entering the best of their historic lives. The buildings in the block, from west to east, are the Big Dawg building, Attorney David Nunnery building, Chandler's Office Supply Warehouse in the old Lerman's Building, Attorney Bryan Bennet building, the old Bank of Campbellsville; the antique blue building, where a CPA firm will open soon; Snappy Tomato Building (temporarily closed); Tucker Jewelers; the Candy Bouquet store, and the Merle Norman Cosmetics building owned by Dr. Leslie Richardson and Pam Richardson. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, The Big Dawg, 99.9 the Wave.
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