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Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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North Side Rosauers supermarket reopening on April 29

Four months to the day after heavy snow collapsed the roof at its Five Mile store in north Spokane, Rosauers Supermarkets will reopen for business. That 120-day anniversary is a coincidence and simply the earliest date possible, said company CEO and President Jeff Philipps. The April 29 reopening likely will be a brief and simple celebration, he said.

Five Mile Rosauers to reopen April 29

Four months to the day after heavy snow collapsed the roof at its Five Mile store in north Spokane, Rosauers Supermarkets will reopen for business. That 120-day anniversary is a coincidence and simply the earliest date possible, said company CEO and President Jeff Philipps.

Work progressing on Rosauers at Five Mile

When the roof collapsed on Rosauers’ Five Mile location under a heavy load of snow, nobody was seriously hurt. The store was so damaged it had to close, but rather than sending people home, all the employees were transferred to other stores and kept on the payroll. Rebuilding is in full swing, and Jeff Philipps, president and CEO of Rosauers, said it’s been an insanely busy time.

Load codes get new look after roof collapses

As the Inland Northwest dug out from record snow, Steve Noll was more focused on what was on the ground, hampering travel and business, than what was above. That changed Jan. 2, when part of his warehouse on Pittsburg Street collapsed under the weight of snow.