On Wednesday, with the forecast suggesting Hurricane Matthew might head out to sea, the Clayton Food Lion had plenty of milk and water. Only the bread aisle suggested it was something more than a regular weekday.
On Wednesday, with the forecast suggesting Hurricane Matthew might head out to sea, the Clayton Food Lion had plenty of milk and water. Only the bread aisle suggested it was something more than a regular weekday. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
On Wednesday, with the forecast suggesting Hurricane Matthew might head out to sea, the Clayton Food Lion had plenty of milk and water. Only the bread aisle suggested it was something more than a regular weekday. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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