Photo: Taking their cuts |

Photo: Taking their cuts

Mike Solondz, owner of Cassie's Corner Store, cut the ribbonfor the store's opening Thursday with the store's general manager, Jody Dible, to his left, on Thursday. Basalt Mayor Jacque Whitsitt, third from left, and members of the Basalt Chamber of Commerce attended. The store and Phillips 55 gas station on Midland Avenue will hold a grand opening June 13-15.
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