Ernie Latson of Port Angeles, left, purchases the first two bags of popcorn as Swain’s General Store employee Shawn Price unveils the popcorn machine on Wednesday morning in Port Angeles. The store, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, resumed selling its signature popcorn after a two-year hiatus imposed by COVID-19 health measures. The price remains the same as it was when Swain’s first offered it to customer in 1966 — 25 cents. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Ernie Latson of Port Angeles, left, purchases the first two bags of popcorn as Swain’s General Store employee Shawn Price unveils the popcorn machine on Wednesday morning in Port Angeles. The store, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, resumed selling its signature popcorn after a two-year hiatus imposed by COVID-19 health measures. The price remains the same as it was when Swain’s first offered it to customer in 1966 — 25 cents. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Popcorn is back at Swain’s General Store

Ernie Latson of Port Angeles, left, purchases the first two bags of popcorn as Swain’s General Store employee Shawn Price unveils the popcorn machine on Wednesday morning in Port Angeles. The store, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year, resumed selling its signature popcorn after a two-year hiatus imposed by COVID-19 health measures. The price remains the same as it was when Swain’s first offered it to customer in 1966 — 25 cents.

Bags of Swain’s popcorn wait as a salty snack for customers as popcorn sales resumed on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Bags of Swain’s popcorn wait as a salty snack for customers as popcorn sales resumed on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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