When we found a set of nearly 40-year-old savings bonds in a drawer, we did a little digging to try and reunite them with the person who pawned them all those years ago. It turned out they came at a good time for Woodrow Wilson, Jr., a homeless veteran living in Chicago.Read More
When a wedding ring from the 1890s turned up in our inventory, we did a little research, and wound up finding the family it belonged to.
This is the story of Olivia's Ring, as told by Steve Cameron in the Manhattan Mercury.Read More
This column originally appeared in the Junction City Sunday Union in 1985. In the 80s, pawn shops already dealt with stereotypes from pop culture and television - fortunately, Jack & Dick’s has always been known for doing business the right way.Read More
From the Junction City Daily Union, a feature on our 60 years serving Junction City.Read More
On August 10, 2016, we celebrated 59 years of service to the Junction City community. We're always grateful for those that came before us and instilled the values that drive our business.Read More
On August 10, 2008, Jack & Dick’s Pawn Shop celebrated 50 years in business in Junction City. Read this story commemorating the anniversary in the Junction City Daily Union.Read More