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We as a family are doing our due diligence to keep Sears in business. Being from Chicago, I was saddened to read last week that Sears was closing its last remaining store in that city. The retailer is struggling. It’s no longer a secret now. At one time, Sears was a mighty colossus that bestrode the retail world. It was the largest retailer in the world with a thousand stores and tens of thousands of employees. Iconic names like Kenmore, Craftsman and Die Hard were Sears brands. Dean Witter, Coldwell Banker, All State and Discover Card were Sears companies. You were brought home for the first time in a Sears blanket and could be buried under a Sears tombstone. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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