A 41,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opening Sept. 10 in Kansas City, Kan. — similar to this one in Overland Park — is not a Supercenter, but it will sell groceries and merchandise and employ as many as 95 people.
A 41,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opening Sept. 10 in Kansas City, Kan. — similar to this one in Overland Park — is not a Supercenter, but it will sell groceries and merchandise and employ as many as 95 people. File photo by SHANE KEYSER THE KANSAS CITY STAR
A 41,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market opening Sept. 10 in Kansas City, Kan. — similar to this one in Overland Park — is not a Supercenter, but it will sell groceries and merchandise and employ as many as 95 people. File photo by SHANE KEYSER THE KANSAS CITY STAR

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