SMITHFIELD — Casey’s Barber Shop has been a fixture on Main Street since 1973, but the barber is not named Casey. Seventy-seven-year-old Kendall Corbridge is the longtime owner of Casey’s Barber Shop. Corbridge has gone by Casey since he was young. He is a proud St. Louis Cardinals fan, but he is not a fan of the Beatles.
RICHMOND—Sweet, savory and wonderful, the Pepperidge Farm production plant, located at 901 W. 200 North, is snack food heaven.
Ever wonder about the castle-like building south of town? The one with all the windows, parapets and even a few fountains? It’s the new Castle Manor reception center built by Alan Elder. “We had actually been planning on doing this for about eighteen years,” said Elder at the open house held in January. “My wife went to Europe about ten years ago and she took pictures of all the castles. We have slowly been drawing plans and coming up with ideas until we finally got it.”
SMITHFIELD—Colorful flower arrangements, antiques and locally made crafts are just some of the things you’ll see as you walk into Every Bloomin’ Thing. This isn’t your typical floral shop.
SMITHFIELD — Somebody’s Attic thrift store is not only full of bargains, but ways to help out the community. The store is completely non-profit and all proceeds go to help fund community outreach programs and provide clothing and other goods to those in need.