Wichita school officials say they are still not sure what will happen with a former Dillons grocery store near North High School, which the district bought four years ago this month for $2 million.
Wichita school officials say they are still not sure what will happen with a former Dillons grocery store near North High School, which the district bought four years ago this month for $2 million. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Wichita school officials say they are still not sure what will happen with a former Dillons grocery store near North High School, which the district bought four years ago this month for $2 million. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

Use for old Dillons site still unclear, Wichita school district says

December 03, 2014 06:16 AM

UPDATED December 03, 2014 06:24 AM

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