BROOKINGS, Ore. — C&K Market here said it plans to reopen the 7,000-square-foot former Yachats Village Market next month and operate it as a possible prototype for other small-format stores. "We're flirting with the idea of opening smaller stores," Doug Nidifer, chairman, president and chief executive officer, C&K Market, told SN. The Yachats store, located on Oregon's central coast, will feature "more of a convenience-store offering in a pared-down footprint." It will operate ...

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