Dry River Store Reopens

Son Of Shooting Victims Keeps Business Running To Pay For Father’s Care

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Posted: April 22, 2014

Dry River Store’s manager Paul Kim (right) and cashier Kayla Reese tend to the register Monday, the Clover Hill store’s first day open since the shooting of his parents. Eun Sim Kim, 51, of Harrisonburg, was shot and killed and her husband, Jae Young, 54, was severely beaten and shot during an apparent robbery Feb. 15 at the store. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Larry Knight of Hinton makes a purchase at the Dry River Store on Monday. The store had been closed since the Feb. 15 shooting of Eun Sim Kim and her husband, Jae Young.

CLOVER HILL — It took more than two months, but Dry River Store has reopened.

The store — the only one serving the rural Clover Hill community — closed following the shooting death of Eun Sim...



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