Store closing brings the blues

By DENISE GRONES AND GWEN SISSON,

It was a shock to Walmart employees and the entire community to learn last Wednesday of the closing of the Winona store.
Over 200 concerned residents from Winona and surrounding areas gathered Friday for a demonstration in front of Winona Walmart in a move to help save the store from closing its doors permanently on January 30.

 
 
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