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Big Smith's Bar-B-Q - “Doing something right” Owners Donna and Steve Smith provide an inviting, traditional dining experience for their customers

    A sit-down, all you can eat style of restaurant, Big Smith's Bar-B-Q has been serving the people of Hopkins County for more than 23 years. The owners, Steve and Donna Smith, work alongside their employees in an attempt to provide kind and courteous service in a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.

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Big Smith’s Bar-B-Q: Doing something right - Owners Donna and Steve Smith provide inviting, traditional dining experience for customers

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A sit-down, all-you-can-eat style of restaurant, Big Smith’s Bar-B-Q has been serving the people of Hopkins County for more than 23 years. Owners  Steve and Donna Smith  work alongside their employees in an attempt to provide kind and courteous service in a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.

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Glenn Irvin & Company: Locally-owned, independent and franchise-free real estate

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Glenn Irvin’s passion for real estate and genuine enjoyment of people has translated to a 42-year career in the business.

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The Tanton Family of Carriage House Manor: Loving what they do

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Here are the facts about Carriage House Manor's owner Arvis Tanton and his family:

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S&S Auto Glass: Finding the best deals Doing what it takes to make the job right

 

 

 

 

SS-number-2For Chad and Sandy Sachs, broken glass is the basis of their family owned and operated business, S&S Auto Glass at 837 FM 2297, the Arbala Road.
    Really, Chad said his business is almost any and all kinds of auto glass work. “It can be the windshield, the doors, back glass and anything that makes the windows go up and down, makes the doors lock. Anything that glass touches.
    “That includes just about anything with glass in it except for some of the big fancy motor homes,” he said. “I won’t touch [those] just because I don’t have the manpower to handle a glass that’s, you know, three or four hundred pounds. Other than that – 18-wheelers, dozers, tractors, cars, pickups – they are all about the same.”    

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