Another beautiful morning here at 110 Clark. The sunshine will take over again today and it has certainly been one of the best fall seasons we have experienced in many years. Lots of construction and updates going on here in town. The farmers, I believe, are very happy with our harvest and pricing of our crop. Enjoy it while we can. Businesses are hiring and growing here in town, and there are some major investments in new and existing business. Even though we are experiencin
As I was driving into town this past week I started to think about the little things that get done in Walnut that make our town a better place to live. Yet, no one really thinks about it.
For example, the sign on Rt. 92 was updated to promote Walnut’s Christmas Open House on December 5. Liberty Square was decorated for Fall and will soon get a Christmas make-over. The greenspace was also freshly mowed and looked well kept. During the summer, the flower boxes uptown get wat
Happy November everyone. We started the month with temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s. I think I could live with that for a few more weeks or months. I wanted to quickly address a concern about the Walnut Telephone Directory. There was concern that the info collected (name, address phone number) would be sold and publicized and that’s just not true. We understand if you don’t want to be included in the directory, but we can assure you that your info is not being sold or public
As I sit here skimming the news before writing this column, I can’t help but think of our small businesses in town. Other health regions in our state are being handed new restrictions because of their COVID positivity rate. Our region is right on the brink of being next. I talk a lot about shopping local and shopping Walnut and I can’t say it enough. Our businesses need our support. This holiday season, you really can buy a lot right here in town, whether that’s for Thanksgiv