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4/17/2012 5:00:00 PM
McDonald's closed for remodeling
Jaclyn Randall
Associate Editor

BLYTHE - The local McDonald's on Lovekin Blvd. has officially stopped selling Big Macs, fries and a drink for the time being. The restaurant will be closed as it goes through an extensive remodel. Time schedule for the closure is unknown at this time.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014
Article comment by: Janet Copple

I thought a few years back that Mc Donald's closed to rebuild? Surely people in Blythe aren't that rough while shopping there. Blythe is in Huge need for something for the Youth.


Posted: Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Article comment by: Tyler McMillin

I wrote a comment nearly two years ago regarding the prices of hamburgers, where I mistakenly wrote that they're cheaper, and tried to influence someone to take my side.

I have learned the principles of pricing since then. I regret offending anyone. Yes, this is not an act of war. I respect and value every individual's opinion. I'm glad to be living in a free country where there is a freedom of speech.


Posted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Article comment by: If Im Not Mistaken

if im not mistaken i have heard that in n out owns property here in blythe, but they require i certain number of population to operate? Not quite sure how true that is but it would be nice to find out.

Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Article comment by: EL PICA BUYAS

@Tyler McMillin. I find your response to Buster troubling. It's better if we don't complain. If we complain are things going to get worst? If we don't voice our concerns, then thing will get worst. Go to the store and things are much smaller and we are paying more for less. 20 years ago you could go to McDonald's and you could buy a 20 piece chicken Mcnuggets meal for 5 dollars. You can still buy it. But the 20 pieces are much smaller now. It's like buying a 10 piece meal for 5 dollars now. Like everything now, we pay more for less. This not an act of war.

Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Article comment by: Tyler McMillin

Webb what makes you think about that? You mean that small paties are expensive?

It'll be better if we don't complain.


Posted: Monday, May 14, 2012
Article comment by: Concerned Citizen

really Mr. Eubanks? Are you ever going to get over the fact that you applied for City Manager, and Mr. Lane was hired over you? What kind of City Manager would you have been, if you are so negative all of the time? Or most of the time? Get over it already, and start being positive, maybe you will score better when Mr. Lane leaves?

Posted: Monday, May 14, 2012
Article comment by: Buster Webb

I think I would have to agree with Michael C. Teniente there Tyler those pattys are way to small for the price they charge....

Posted: Monday, May 14, 2012
Article comment by: good now

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Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2012
Article comment by: Steve Palermo

Have you been by the site lately? There's a hole where the building used to be. This is not remodeling, it is demolition and reconstruction.

Posted: Sunday, May 13, 2012
Article comment by: Tyler McMillin

To mike t., how worthy is it to complain food? You are contrasting that to the negativity of most comments in this website. All burgers are roughly in the same size, and there are few places out here with smaller burgers. And it's no crime. Average patty sizes shouldn't get changed normally. Rethink your opinion.

Posted: Saturday, May 12, 2012
Article comment by: Mary Brown

Wow fast food does not make people fat nor does dope make all people skinny. If you would truly look at the calories of a cheese burger vs a Star bucks coffee most adults enjoy they are about the same in calories but we blame the fast food for making our kids and adults fat. Lack of exercise makes people over weight and genetics have been the culprit to the obesity problem. It is just easier to blame fast food for our obesity problems. It is about choices which is why we love America. I loved going to McDonald's with my daddy, the ladies were so nice. I miss Janice to me she was McDonald's. The nicest person and also her sister made many people's day. Blythe Mc Donald's needs to have a facelift and a needed break from the stupidity and blame for making people fat. Now let's see how many people lose weight now that it will be closed for a while.

Posted: Saturday, May 12, 2012
Article comment by: Michael C. Teniente

You think they'll actually make the hamburger patties bigger? McDonalds has the smallest patties out of all the hamburger stands. It's almost a crime what they put between the buns.

mike t.


Posted: Saturday, May 12, 2012
Article comment by: Tyler McMillin

Now that the building and everything except the big sign is destroyed, we may get an entirely brand new and improved McDonald's.

I questioned if the big sign would remain or get replaced.


Posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Article comment by: EL PICA BUYAS

@James. Again, you show your love and compassion to the people of Blythe, Ca. How many skinny little kids do you have in those countries? That we have to support them, for you with foreign aid. I think the last, real contribution. You did for this town. (deleted)

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Posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Article comment by: James Eubanks

I have been to Asia and Eastern Europe where the men and women have inadequate nutrition, They are small in stature. The same happens to the West Virgina white mountain people.
In most of America the historically unemployed, those on welfare, those on public assistance, those in the cities are grossly overweight. Go to a Chinese all-you-can eat and you will see a photo of people in Blythe. They have no standards and they are a glut on the public. You see city poor complaining about public assistance but they look they never missed an orgy of food.



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