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Another 63 Sears, Kmart stores to close, including 5 in Georgia

By The Associated Press

Sears Holdings Corp. is closing another 63 stores as the ailing retailer tries to turn around its business. Liquidation sales will start as early as next Thursday.  Five of the stores are in Georgia.

A list of the stores:

Alabama

Kmart, Albertville

Sears, Tuscaloosa

Arizona

Kmart, Casa Grande

Sears, Mesa

Arkansas

Sears, Fort Smith

Sears, Fayetteville

Colorado

Sears, Greeley

Florida

Kmart, Clearwater

Kmart, Milton

Kmart, Sebring

Georgia

Kmart, Macon

Kmart, Tifton

Kmart, Dalton

Sears, Lithonia

Sears, Valdosta

Idaho

Kmart, Ammon

Illinois

Kmart, Effingham

Kentucky

Kmart, Henderson

Kmart, Glasgow

Kmart, Versailles

Kmart, Frankfort

Maryland

Sears, Baltimore

Massachusetts

Sears, Lanesboro (Pittsfield)

Michigan

Kmart, Clinton Township

Kmart, Battle Creek

Kmart, Mount Pleasant

Minnesota

Kmart, Thief River Falls

Missouri

Kmart, Poplar Bluff

Kmart, Independence

Kmart, Sedalia

Kmart, St. Louis

New Jersey

Sears, Phillipsburg

North Carolina

Kmart, Jacksonville

Ohio

Kmart, St. Marys

Kmart, Cleveland

Kmart, Oregon

Kmart, Austintown

Kmart, Hillsboro

Pennsylvania

Kmart, Moosic

Kmart, Moon Township / Coraopolis

Kmart, Shamokin Dam

Kmart, Clarion

Sears, State College

Sears, Pennsdale/Muncy

Sears, Indiana

South Dakota

Kmart, Aberdeen

Tennessee

Kmart, Nashville

Kmart, Cookeville

Kmart, Tullahoma

Texas

Kmart, Texarkana

Sears, San Angelo

Sears, Lufkin

Utah

Sears, Salt Lake City

Virginia

Kmart, Richmond

Kmart, Abingdon

Kmart, Danville

Kmart, Lynchburg

Sears, Colonial Heights

Wisconsin

Kmart, Stevens Point

West Virginia

Kmart, Vienna

Kmart, Martinsburg

Kmart, Beckley

Wyoming

Sears, Cheyenne

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