The now week long strike impacting Raley's super markets in northern California and Incline Village are now impacting workers here in northern Nevada.
They continued negotiations today between Raley's and the UFCW Union and over half of the strikers have crossed the picket lines, but not enough to keep the stores open and operating.
Raley's employees from Reno and northern Nevada are filling in for the some 3,500 workers still on strike.
The Raley's on Keystone says they've loaned out over half of their management to help stores in the areas on strike.
But Raley's spokesperson John Segale says they have plenty of employees to help pick up the slack without hurting local stores.
"We're not going to leave any store under staffed so the stores in Nevada are well staffed and fully operational," Segale says.
Some northern Nevada workers are staying a week at a time over in California so they can work.
Segale tells News 4. The company is handling all the related costs for the workers travel over the boarder to help out.
Segale admits in the last week they have seen a drop off in business in those areas, but it's getting better.
"The customers are coming back and things are getting closer to normal," Segale says.
This strike is the company's first in 77-years of business.
Information on negotiation have not been released.