(Joan Barnett-Lee/jlee@modbee.com)
Raley's workers outside of the store at Floyd and Roselle avenues were still on the picket line even after news got out that an agreement had been reached to end the strike.
(Joan Barnett-Lee/jlee@modbee.com) Raley's workers outside of the store at Floyd and Roselle avenues were still on the picket line even after news got out that an agreement had been reached to end the strike.
(Joan Barnett-Lee/jlee@modbee.com) Raley's workers outside of the store at Floyd and Roselle avenues were still on the picket line even after news got out that an agreement had been reached to end the strike.

Union, Raley's settle dispute ahead of Thanksgiving rush

November 13, 2012 06:39 AM

UPDATED November 13, 2012 11:16 PM

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