A western Wisconsin grocery chain says more than one-thousand jobs could be lost if a new buyer for the company is not found. Gordy’s Market has filed for receivership to try and improve its financial numbers, amid reports that it owed its main supplier almost 87-million dollars. The layoff possibilities were filed with the state, as part of the plant closing law that requires 60 days’ notice for mass layoffs unless there are emergencies. Gordy’s Market is based in Chippewa Falls, and it closed three stores this month and three others last month, leaving 20 locations throughout the western half of Wisconsin. Festival Foods of the La Crosse area has said it would buy two Gordy’s stores in Eau Claire and one in Tomah