BILLINGS, Mont. -- Paul Vanderjagt, 70, has been in the grocery business for 50 years. His lifelong commitment to the industry has earned him a 2005 IGA International Retailer of the Year award. It's the second time he's won. Vanderjagt's years in the industry give him long perspective: "From a little cash register that only rings up the amount, to the new computer system that we have to work with now -- it's unbelievable," he told SN. Vanderjagt owns the 34,000-square-foot Van's Evergreen ...

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