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If you shop at any Ray's Food Place you won't hear the familiar question "paper or plastic?" anymore.

 

All Ray's Food Place spokesman Grant Lunde says their move to offer paper only bags or reusable cloth bags is just another step towards being "green".  "We wanted to basically make a step in the right direction. And help be good stewards of our environment. And also reduce plastic bag waste that is out there today and by taking these measures, we think we'll have an impact on that."

 

Lunde says they tested the new bagging options in California and got an overwhelming positive response.

 

Your groceries will be bagged in paper bags unless you bring your own bags, and if you do- you'll get five cents for every bag you reuse.

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  • Click on the link for the latest conditions on the mountain passes.

 

  • Construction at 27th Street . Northbound Lane Closed from Reed Market to Bear Creek.  Detour in place.