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Getting Donnie Miles to slow down for a few minutes for an interview is no easy task.
You might catch him early in the morning. He opens his grocery store, Loretto Foodland, at 7 a.m.
But, get there early, talk fast and expect several interruptions. He’s a busy man. And his customers come first.
Within minutes of walking into his store bright and early last week, Miles was busy waiting on customers, answering phone calls and lending some gas money to a friend.
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