RENO, Nev. — Scolari’s Food & Drug said it plans to close all four of its stores in California within the next 60 days, citing a difficult economy and the long distance from its headquarters here. “This was a gut-wrenching decision,” Joey Scolari, co-owner of the family-run company, said in a statement. Scolari’s had operated stores on California’s central coast for more than 60 years. Scolari’s stores in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and ...

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