Main and Commerce Street businesses react to Safer at Home

 Kelloggs Hardware still offers curbside service for its customers.
Donna Summerall
Staff Writer

Governor Tate Reeves has implemented the Safer at Home order, allowing for a little more flexibility for businesses that have been deemed essential.

Several of those businesses are on Main and Commerce streets in West Point.

Kay and James Bagwell, owners of West Point TV and Appliance, have continued to be open though shelter in place and now in safer at home.

"We are an essential business, and we are open." Kay Bagwell said. "But we are having problems getting replacement parts, getting more stock, especially freezers. We get at least 10 calls a day from people who want to buy a freezer. There aren't any."

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