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Category Archives: Rutter’s
Rutter’s releases special blog posts in honor of National Dairy Month.
Want to win a year of free gas? Head to Rutter’s this summer.
Scott Hartman is clear when he speaks about the vacant stone farm house that neighbors the Rutter’s Farm Store on Main Street in Spring Grove. “If someone wants to come and move it, we would gladly give it to them, … Continue reading
Met some cool cats hanging out at Rutter’s in Jacobus Thursday during the convenience store chain’s job fair for the new location in Loganville. I tried to yap with the prospective employees and put their minds at ease as they … Continue reading
This morning on the Today Show, gas prices were a hot topic of discussion – with a variety of reasons, including refinery closures on the East Coast, contributing to soaring gas prices. Here’s their segment: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, … Continue reading
This morning, Scott Hartman, president of Rutter’s Farm Stores, stopped by the newsroom to talk about gas prices, oil refineries and everything in between. Business editor Cathy Hirko and I sat in on the discussion and learned a lot about … Continue reading