A pandemic doesn't seem like the time to take a risk, but out of Mount Sterling comes the latest example that, for some, the pandemic has paid off. Best friends Daniel Elswick and Casey Martin took a leap by starting their very own business almost a year ago.
It's been more than 100 days since the coronavirus first shut down businesses across the state. It's been just 45 days since they've been able to slowly reopen and it has been a process but getting to 50 percent capacity this week has brought some encouraging signs.
Calling the reopening process in the state and across the country a "large social experiment" and we will "see the results," Kentucky leaders Monday continued to push restraint as the economic reopening nears on several fronts.