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-- Haggen stores, which expanded rapidly into California and neighboring states less than a year ago, announced Thursday that it would close stores as part of plan to focus on its core operations on the Pacific Northwest. The company said as part of its plan to "right-size," it would close stores in California, Arizona and Nevada as part of a bankruptcy process announced Sept. Haggen said employees would receive 60 days of notice of pending closings of stores and offices in the Pacific Southwest.
"It's what I called my `oh shit' moment," he told TIME. "I tried to sit up and get up on my feet. I remember the firefighters telling me not to move. Two days later, Fritz was told he had a spinal cord injury--and that he'd never walk again. Ideally, the connections to the brain would be implanted rather than worn--an option Fritz is open to trying. Fritz is now 28, still involved with the research and plans to continue. He's the first person the rehab team has gotten back on his feet, but he's determined to help ensure that he won't be the last.
Friends and family had already been eliminated from the list. He was recently promoted to sergeant and will be assigned to the Sheriff's South LA station. The woman was a nurse and told Mary Raymond she had to be an advocate. Mary Raymond said there were many tests she took. She said they've known she was a match for about eight weeks. She's not afraid and trusts the doctors. The Raymonds said their family has received support from relatives, friends, the community, the detective's colleagues and the sheriff's department.
Claremont Police Department detectives are searching for a suspect who entered the "Employees Only" rooms of AM/PM on East Foothill Boulevard and A La Minute on West First Street during regular business hours and stole employees' belongings on August 1 and again on September 3. The wallets contained credit and debit cards, which were used by the suspect for multiple purchases in the cities of Pomona and Diamond Bar.