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Updated March 26: What’s open in Indian Valley

By Meg Upton

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While schools remain closed and most businesses are on winter hours anyway, there are a few COVID19-related changes in downtown Greenville.

Village Drug Pharmacy, 284-6618, remains open as is Evergreen Market, 284-7313, both gas stations and Dollar General, 567-4215, as part of essential goods for medicine, food and transportation.

Hunter’s Hardware, 284-7913, remains open as does Young’s Market, 284-7024, in Taylorsville.

Rosewater Café, 284-1998, is open for take-out only (but reportedly has been closed this week so call ahead).

Papenhausen Pit Stop, 375-7165, is open from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Mountain Valley Pizza, 284-6680, is open for take out orders only. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.

Genesee Store, 280-0300, plans to reopen for takeout this weekend. They were closed last week due to the overwhelming snow fall Genesee received.

Country Salon, 284-7279, is open by appointment only and owner Marjorie Meeker indicates that there will be less than 10 people in the shop at all times and that Meeker will do private appointments with only the client and herself in the shop.

Sterling Sage is closed through April. The jewelry orders and repair are still available to clients by calling 284-7334.

The Indian Valley Thrift Store, 284-7949, has closed for the time being.

The Way Station, 284-7439, posted on social media on St. Patrick’s Day that they intend to stay open, despite the statewide closure of bars.

The Post Office, 284-7615, was still open at the time of this article and according to coordinator Rhonda Reames, the Greenville Wellness Center, 283-6307, was to remain open until a directive from the county to do otherwise is issued.

Indian Valley businesses are being hit on all sides with quarantine, snow and last week’s power outage.


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