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New Report Says All Payless ShoeSource Stores Will Close

WSJ: Largest Ever Retailer Liquidation

Posted by Corunna Now at 1:19pm 2/13/19

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Payless ShoeSource at Genesee Valley Mall on February 15th 2019/Corunna Now photo

There's a new story from WSJ that is gaining traction quickly: Payless ShoeSource will close.  The Wall Street Journal says it will likely be the largest ever retailer liquidation, with 2,100 locations shuttering in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

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Payless filed for bankruptcy just two years ago, but the report says it will happen again soon, as the company remains buried in debt after a 2012 buyout.

Payless has not commented on the story.

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Josh Strickland talks with Steven Cohen of O Town Cafe about their decision to stay open 24/7 to provide a warm place to the homeless of Shiawassee County during a spell of life-threatening winter weather.
                     
1.29.19

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Josh Strickland talks with Corunna's "Team FridgeBot" Lead Mentor Scott Stap about Shiawassee County's growing place in competitive robotics.
                     
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Governor Whitmer Declares State of Emergency

Governor Signs Declaration Ahead of Life-Threatening Cold Days

Posted by Corunna Now at 11:49pm 1/28/19

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Governor Whitmer has declared a State of Emergency for the State of Michigan ahead of several days with anticipated temps struggling to break the zero degree mark and winds the could approach 40 miles per hour.

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