The Target store in Hutchinson, Kansas, is closing next year.
The Target store in Hutchinson, Kansas, is closing next year. Associated Press File photo
The Target store in Hutchinson, Kansas, is closing next year. Associated Press File photo

Kansas shoppers to ‘mourn’ Target’s closing with candlelight vigil

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