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Kirby Bridge has only been paved 25 or 30 years, and I don't think it is designed for heavy trucks.Also, he and other residents are fearful of the high speeds of some vehicles.Orr said he would still be disturbed about heavy traffic on the little road, even if the trucks are within legal haul limits, which he doubts.Wednesday is no longer a siesta day in downtown Hartselle.It was a tradition for local businesses to flip the "Closed" signs and lock the doors, but economics and necessity took over to keep them open — maybe.

More days and longer hours replace the dependable day off as the antique stores, restaurants and specialty stores that line Main Street try to attract customers."It would be a nice luxury to have a day off, but I'm just not able to do that," said Brenda Hill, Vicki Philipoff Settlements owner of The Gathering Place, a Christian book and antique store.The Red House Grill at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays to give employees the opportunity to attend mid-week church services.

"When we opened in February last year, we were open seven days a week and we closed Sunday night," Cryer said.But it really wasn't worth it to stay open on Wednesday evening.Despite store hours varying widely, most owners are under the misconception that their neighbors are closing on Wednesday.A quick survey of the more than three dozen stores resulted in few midweek closures on a regular basis.Sunday is still the traditional day of rest and church for most, although a few hearty souls are opening in the afternoon."Sometimes Sunday is our busiest day," said Joe Slate on Tuesday.

He was running Holladay Antiques so his wife and owner, Rachel, could take time off.Louise Garner and her family keep "Heavenly Treasures" a combination gift and flower shop, open six days a week, but said she will never open on Sunday.But we try to be open every other day and have consistent opening and closing times for the customer.Mayor Clif Knight remembers a time more than 40 years ago when all Hartselle businesses closed on Wednesday, but he's not surprised that businesses are getting away from tradition.