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Changing Downtown Columbia: Name change coming

2013-03-30 - 302 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A sign in the window at C & F Discount announces a name change to "Monkey Business." The business is owned by Stephanie and Craig Feese. It borders the busy Well Walk off the Square. Across the walk, Columbia's newest realty company, Heavenly Hollow, with new owner Robbie Selch, occupies the building old timers remember as Lany Bray & Company. Prior to Selch buying that company, it occupied quarters in downtown Roley/Casey Creek, KY. (By the way, with there no longer being a US Post Office imposing the bureaucratic "Casey Creek" name, can we go back to "Roley"? Great Oaks Ministries uses that name for the community. Should we all?)
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