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By Drew Lawson
The Times 

Father-son snow cone stand opens

 

Last updated 6/24/2021 at 4:19pm

Drew Lawson | The Times

DAVENPORT-On the weekends, locals here may notice a new snow cone stand next to Hardy Hardware at the corner of Eighth and Morgan Streets. That stand is called Davenport Shaved Ice, and it is run by James Nealey and his 14-year-old stepson, Jaydon Otero.

Nealey's family moved here from Spokane Valley in 2019. He went to College of Western of Idaho and graduated with an associate's business degree in 2016. He went to school after serving in the Army from 2006-10 before he became legally blind in 2010.

"My optic nerves stopped working," he said.

Due to his loss of sight, Nealey has been on...



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