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Last Update Thursday, April 25th, 2019
Jan Bertaggia, owner of boutique store Wild Rogue Emporium, tends to her selection of blouses in between customers, who have become less numerous by the day as online shopping continues to explode in popularity.

The explosive growth of Amazon and online shopping over the past few years has spelled trouble for local merchants.

"We've definitely lost a lot of sales to online retailers," said Jan Bertaggia, owner of the boutique store Wild Rogue Emporium in downtown Grants Pass. "And it's getting worse every year."

Bertaggia attributes the decline for traditional brick-and-mortar stores to the convenience of shopping online and the lower prices that are often available on the internet. Read More »

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