Opening the market is an emotional experience for the immigrant owner
KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) – There’s a reason Veronica Piñon’s face looks familiar.
That’s because she’s been in the Kearney neighborhood since 1993. These days, she’s the smiling person behind the cashier at Kearney’s brand new ethnic food and variety store, Piñon Market at 527 E. 25th. St. This is part of the mall just east of the Kearney Post Office which once housed Eileen’s Cookies and a Subway sandwich shop.