VaughanFire Market opens in Spring Hill

Tyler and Lisa Vaughan cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of VaughanFire Market at 108 S. Main St. in Spring Hill. The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce hosted the ribbon-cutting event Saturday, Aug. 10, at the business, which offers a variety of essential oils, bath salts, goat-milk soaps, furniture and home decor items.

SPRING HILL — A new business is bringing local farm products to historic Main Street in Spring Hill.

VaughanFire Market recently opened at 108 S. Main St. in Spring Hill, and owners Tyler and Lisa Vaughan celebrated the grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, Aug. 10.

The business offers a variety of essential oils, bath salts, goat-milk soaps, furniture and home decor items.

Lisa and Tyler, who is a Miami County commissioner, also own and operate Vaughan Fire Farms with their five children.

“This farm is founded on the pillars of faith and family, the desire to provide for ourselves, and to be a positive influence in our community,” the Vaughans state on the farm’s website, “We believe in raising, developing, and nurturing our farm in the most natural and organic way possible. Our Nubian dairy goats roam freely on a lush, chemical-free pasture of green grass. Our chickens free range daily on our 20 acres and are also fed organic scratch grains and organic layer crumbles.”

The website also describes how all of the products are handmade at the farm.

“We use all-natural, high-grade ingredients to create our essential oil blends, soaps, lotions and skin care products,” the website states. “We here at Vaughan Fire Farms believe in a holistic lifestyle.”

Editor and Publisher Brian McCauley can be reached at (913) 294-2311 or

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