Silvia Swanson takes a bagel out of the toaster at Durango Bagel in Rock Hill on Friday. Eateries such as Durango are getting hit hard by the rising costs of flour and other foods. To keep their ledgers in the red, they have to pass the cost onto the customers.
Silvia Swanson takes a bagel out of the toaster at Durango Bagel in Rock Hill on Friday. Eateries such as Durango are getting hit hard by the rising costs of flour and other foods. To keep their ledgers in the red, they have to pass the cost onto the customers.
Silvia Swanson takes a bagel out of the toaster at Durango Bagel in Rock Hill on Friday. Eateries such as Durango are getting hit hard by the rising costs of flour and other foods. To keep their ledgers in the red, they have to pass the cost onto the customers.

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March 15, 2008 10:44 PM

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