Longtime business closes


Plug & Play Home Computers owner Dave Kinninger, left, of Anna, carries the computer of Mark Moles, of Maria Stein, out to Moles’ waiting car on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Kinninger has officially closed his computer repair business after 25 years. He ran his business out of several locations over the years. He moved to his current location at 401 E. Court St. in 2004. Kinninger said “I want to thank them (customers) for their service.”

Plug & Play Home Computers owner Dave Kinninger, left, of Anna, carries the computer of Mark Moles, of Maria Stein, out to Moles’ waiting car on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Kinninger has officially closed his computer repair business after 25 years. He ran his business out of several locations over the years. He moved to his current location at 401 E. Court St. in 2004. Kinninger said “I want to thank them (customers) for their service.”


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Plug & Play Home Computers owner Dave Kinninger, left, of Anna, carries the computer of Mark Moles, of Maria Stein, out to Moles’ waiting car on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Kinninger has officially closed his computer repair business after 25 years. He ran his business out of several locations over the years. He moved to his current location at 401 E. Court St. in 2004. Kinninger said “I want to thank them (customers) for their service.”

Plug & Play Home Computers owner Dave Kinninger, left, of Anna, carries the computer of Mark Moles, of Maria Stein, out to Moles’ waiting car on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Kinninger has officially closed his computer repair business after 25 years. He ran his business out of several locations over the years. He moved to his current location at 401 E. Court St. in 2004. Kinninger said “I want to thank them (customers) for their service.”
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/08/web1_SDN081722ComputerClose.jpgPlug & Play Home Computers owner Dave Kinninger, left, of Anna, carries the computer of Mark Moles, of Maria Stein, out to Moles’ waiting car on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Kinninger has officially closed his computer repair business after 25 years. He ran his business out of several locations over the years. He moved to his current location at 401 E. Court St. in 2004. Kinninger said “I want to thank them (customers) for their service.” Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News