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Looks Like Carolina Boutique now open for business in Adrian

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By MICHELE BURRIS

The newest business to Adrian has opened its doors! Looks Like Carolina Boutique, owned by Sheree Cook, is a southern inspired, eclectic boutique with a vintage flavor. Located at 118 E. Main Street, the boutique has all sorts of clothing, jewelry, home decor, transformed furniture, floral arrangements, handmade items, birdhouses, hand-poured candles, natural skin care products and more. Some of these products are locally made.

Old School Personal Training is the Adrian Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month

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By SHARON KIESEL

The Adrian Chamber of Commerce has chosen Old School Personal Training as the featured business for September. The business, located at 33 East Main Street in Adrian, is owned and operated by Jeff Markel. He has been a certified personal trainer for several years but now owns his own gym. He is also a self-defense instructor.

Vintage 49 now open in Butler

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Vintage 49 is one of Butler’s newest businesses. Thomi Herrell, Owner, carries one-of-a-kind vintage furnishings including antiques and paint and repurposed furniture. She custom paints just about anything a customer requests.

Yoss Thriftway celebrates 40 years

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By MICHELE BURRIS

The Adrian community stands strong, stands proud, and comes together for the common good time and time again. We all know that Blackhawk Pride runs rampant in Adrian. We feel it, we breathe it, we live it. At the forefront of that pride is Yoss Thriftway. After 40 years, this family-owned grocery store continues to be an integral part of the community.

Community Bank of Harrisonville celebrates grand re-opening with style

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A freshly remodeled building and some new shoes are some ways that Community Bank of Raymore in Harrisonville is trying to “change your perspective of banking.”

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