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Fuel, generators, bread fly off store shelves

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By Ryan Naus

While snow and ice overtook Grant County, several businesses in Grant County stayed open to assist the community.

In Mason, Bruce’s Grocery stayed open to help customers buy items close to home and provide products when their power went out.

“Some items we sold quite a few more of and some we ran out quick on. A lot of kerosene heaters and anything pertaining to heat without electric. A lot of customers saw their neighbor go by and would tell them they would like something dropped off on their way back home,” said Lee Bruce, co-owner of Bruce’s.


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