WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Raley's here said last week it will close its two stores in Las Cruces, N.M., in the next few weeks -- though it said it has no intentions of leaving the Albuquerque market. rque and the two in Las Cruces. "We had to take the New Mexico stores if we wanted the Las Vegas stores," Carolyn Konrad, a Raley's spokeswoman, told SN. "But we've fallen in love with Albuquerque, and we are checking out additional store sites with the intention of growing there. "But we ...

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