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"The Andersons Closing" this week on Conklin and Company

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The end of the line for the Anderson's Store at the Woodville Mall is one the topics on this week's edition of Conklin and Company. Dan Anderson, president of the company's retail group joins me to talk about the difficulty in making that decision.

We'll also meet the new area coordinator of the Salvation Army.  Captain Tawny Cowen-Zanders discusses this years kettle campaign. 

No "Take Three" this week, but Chief Meteorologist Jay Berschback steps in talk about the upcoming winter. It can't possibly be as mild as last year, can it?  Join us this Sunday at 11 am. for Conklin and Company.

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