Karl Yarling of Yarling Concrete applies a stamp to wet concrete for a new section of sidewalk in front of Fountain Alley BodyCare on Main Street.  (Courier staff photo by Collin Overton)
Karl Yarling of Yarling Concrete applies a stamp to wet concrete for a new section of sidewalk in front of Fountain Alley BodyCare on Main Street. (Courier staff photo by Collin Overton)
Karl Yarling of Yarling Concrete applies a stamp to wet concrete for a new section of sidewalk in front of Fountain Alley BodyCare on Main Street. The stamp is meant to resemble stone on the bottom of a creek bed, said the store’s owners, Larry and Sonia Folkner. The new section will extend to the adjoining building to the left of the shop, which the Folkners just bought. Yarling creates the imprint of a fish fossil into the concrete, adding to the creekbed effect. After the the rest of the concrete is laid, it will be antiqued and finished Monday, Larry Folkner said. The city took out the concrete and the store owners are paying for the new.