Governor Holcomb issued a proclamation declaring Sept. 13 – 17 as Small Business Week in Indiana.
To celebrate News and Tribune Digital Anchor Cory McCauley visited one of Southern Indiana's longest running businesses, Schimpff's Confectionery.
They opened their doors in 1891 and 130 years later they've become known as "the anchor" of downtown Jeffersonville.
While some things have changed on the business side of the candy world, not much has changed in the art of making their signature candies.
"We are so thankful for the support we have gotten from the community for all 130 years," said Jill Schimpff. "It doesn't get old to see a small child laugh so we've been lucky."
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