The Crisp family is coming back home next week and bringing the town's first and only supermarket with it. The 42,000-square-foot Crisp's is scheduled to open next Monday on the site of a former hayfield at the north edge of town. “Until we open, the only place in town to buy bread and milk is the local service station,” Morris Crisp, the family patriarch, told SN. “They've been waiting for a grocery store here for a long time,” Michele Crisp, his daughter-in-law, added. Located less ...

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