Downtown Roseburg likely won’t have a grocery store anytime soon after an Idaho chain canceled plans to open a market in a vacant building that once housed a Safeway. Winter Ridge owner Gregg Prummer of Sandpoint, Idaho, said Tuesday the family-owned business backed out for a combination of business and personal reasons. “It’s just not good timing for us right now,” Prummer said. Winter Ridge markets itself as a source of natural foods and an alternative to preservative-soaked fare sold at large grocery chains. Its interest in filling the old Safeway site came after a state-funded study in 2011 that …
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