DENVER -- A strike by United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 7 against 55 King Soopers stores here and in Colorado Springs -- plus a subsequent union lockout by 57 Safeway stores in the same area -- entered its second week last week, with no further bargaining sessions scheduled. All stores are continuing to operate with management and temporary personnel, and about 1,000 Local 7 members have crossed the picket lines to return to work, Pete Webb, a management spokesman, told SN last ...

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