Lowe's in Rogers to close as part of national cutback

The store in Rogers is scheduled to close within a month. Lowe's says it will also cut its plans for more than a dozen new stores next year because of slow sales related to the struggling housing market.
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The store in Rogers is scheduled to close within a month. Lowe's says it will also cut its plans for more than a dozen new stores next year because of slow sales related to the struggling housing market.

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