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After six decades near downtown, White Cross Drugs will be closing. The store was the first 24-hour drugstore in Las Vegas but it has been bested by the chain stores - Walgreens and CVS. So what finally did in the landmark business? And who will fill the prescriptions? Has Las Vegas just become to hard for independent businesses?
 
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Marcie Davis, former owner, White Cross Drugs
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