WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Negotiators for Raley's here and two locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union have agreed to extend their contract through at least June 6 and to continue talking under the auspices of a federal mediator. The move came one day before Raley's had said it would end seven months of negotiations and extensions with a "last, best and final" offer. A Raley's spokesman told SN Michael Teel, Raley's president and chief ...

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