BISMARCK, N.D. -- A debilitating blizzard that brought 17 inches of snow here last weekend closed highways and knocked out electricity -- causing major product losses for 80 supermarkets serviced by Supervalu, based in Minneapolis. Elsewhere in south-central North Dakota, flooded roads, washed-out bridges, downed phone lines and weakened pavement all combined to make food shipments a nightmare. "It's the worst that I've ever seen it, and I've been in this division for 17 years," said Terry ...

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