Randy Roden and grandson Adam De La Garza, 2, both of Bellingham, shop at Nelson’s Market, 514 Potter St. The 112-year-old store offers groceries and a gathering spot for York residents. Jon Ostby, the owner since 1984, lives above the store with his wife, Anne Mackie.
Randy Roden and grandson Adam De La Garza, 2, both of Bellingham, shop at Nelson’s Market, 514 Potter St. The 112-year-old store offers groceries and a gathering spot for York residents. Jon Ostby, the owner since 1984, lives above the store with his wife, Anne Mackie. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Randy Roden and grandson Adam De La Garza, 2, both of Bellingham, shop at Nelson’s Market, 514 Potter St. The 112-year-old store offers groceries and a gathering spot for York residents. Jon Ostby, the owner since 1984, lives above the store with his wife, Anne Mackie. LUKE HARRIS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 4:44 PM

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