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Holts to be new DQ location



2020-07-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Golden Rule-Wilson.
A local landmark will be torn down tomorrow at 1011 Jamestown St, Columbia, KY. This location has been a well-known service station since 1948. It has been owned by C.J. Holt since 1976. Mr. Holt and his wife Shirley are pictured with real estate agents Elliot Burton and Chris Wilson, from Golden Rule-Wilson, who handled the sale of the property. The property is going to be the site of the new Dairy Queen in Columbia.


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