Josh Barnes relaxes at the C. E. Barnes Store in Archer Lodge. A bill that cleared a Senate committee Tuesday aims to allow country stores to install tables and chairs, even if they don’t qualify as a restaurant.
Josh Barnes relaxes at the C. E. Barnes Store in Archer Lodge. A bill that cleared a Senate committee Tuesday aims to allow country stores to install tables and chairs, even if they don’t qualify as a restaurant. 2008 File Photo – Corey Lowenstein corey lowenstein
Josh Barnes relaxes at the C. E. Barnes Store in Archer Lodge. A bill that cleared a Senate committee Tuesday aims to allow country stores to install tables and chairs, even if they don’t qualify as a restaurant. 2008 File Photo – Corey Lowenstein corey lowenstein
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