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Western Family

Since 1934, Western Family has had a prominent place at America's tables. Western Family has had a tradition of excellent products and a heritage of healthy solutions for every family. When guests purchase Western Family products, they know they're getting great quality at a terrific value. In fact, if they are not completely satisfied with any Western Family item, they can return it and receive double their money back.


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Chef Boyardee 14.75-15 oz. Canned Pasta or Hunt's15 oz.<br>Manwich

Chef Boyardee 14.75-15 oz. Canned Pasta or Hunt's15 oz.
Manwich

88¢
Extra Large<br>Roma Tomatoes

Extra Large
Roma Tomatoes

69¢ lb.
Family Pack<br>80% Lean 20% Fat <br>Ground Beef

Family Pack
80% Lean 20% Fat 
Ground Beef

$2.49 lb.
Fresh Ripe<br>Avocados

Fresh Ripe
Avocados

5/$5
Boneless Beef<br>Rump Roast

Boneless Beef
Rump Roast

$2.99 lb.
General Mills<br>Cereal<br>16-18 oz. Select Varieties

General Mills
Cereal
16-18 oz. Select Varieties

2/$5
Pork Shoulder<br>Boston Roast

Pork Shoulder
Boston Roast

$1.49 lb.
Golden Sweet<br>Pineapple

Golden Sweet
Pineapple

79¢ lb.

Welcome

Blair's Market is a family owned and operated grocery store. Blair's opened in 1980 in Powell, Wyoming. Blair Foulger, his wife Norene, and daughter Kathy were there opening day. Son's Brent and Kent joined the business soon after.

Brent & Kent purchased the business when their father retired. The 3rd generation of grocers are now in business with Brent's sons Kyle & Jason working in the Powell store and Kent's daughter Sha and son-in-law Brandon in the Worland store.

We are happy to be here to serve you. Thank you for shopping with Blair's Supermarket.

Powell opened in 1980 at 210 S. Douglas Street in the old Max's. The new facility was built on its current location in 1994.

Worland was built in 1999 at 1801 Big Horn Ave. This was the first building to have an attached liquor store and pharmacy inside.

Thermopolis was purchased in November 2008, previously known as Consumer's Market. An extensive renovation and addition was completed in 2010, more than doubling the previous size of the store.

Greybull was purchased in April 2015, previously known as Ron's Food Farm. Plans are moving forward for an extensive remodel and addition to be completed in 2016.