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July 9, 2014 1:00 AM

Lifetouch will close its yearbook publishing plant in Kansas City

The jobs of about 75 of the plant’s 100 full-time employees will be eliminated, but some workers will have relocation opportunities. About 25 jobs in sales and marketing will continue in Kansas City for the foreseeable future. The plant shutdown also will eliminate about 300 seasonal jobs.

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