In merchant’s fight against virus, customer response his biggest worry

“I could see it was going to be weird,” Williams said of the pandemic. “I’m a hippy dippy liberal, which shouldn’t mean anything, but I took a different position than some: safety first.”

By

Opinion

October 19, 2020 - 9:00 AM

Bryan Williams saw danger on the horizon back in February.

Williams and his wife, Janice Keller-Williams, own Keller Feed and Wine Co. in downtown Cottonwood Falls, where they serve Southern Italian and soul food half a block from the historic Chase County Courthouse.

“I could see it was going to be weird,” Williams said of the pandemic. “I’m a hippy dippy liberal, which shouldn’t mean anything, but I took a different position than some: safety first.”

Related
September 30, 2020
February 28, 2018
July 29, 2016
January 12, 2013