HARKER HEIGHTS — Repeat business.

That’s how one local roller rink has been able to stay open for 36 years.

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Heights Teacher

On a positive note, the owners seem to be very kind and obviously enjoy their business. However, the building needs a COMPLETE renovation. It is dank with mildew and smells like a musty attic in a century old farm house. It's as hot as an oven during the summer. And many of their skates look (and smell) like they've been being used since the rink opened decades ago.

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