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Menominee stores act as gateway to economic growth

9:40 PM, Feb. 8, 2013
Jeremy Fish restocks shelves with automotive products at the new Family Dollar store in Keshena.
Jeremy Fish restocks shelves with automotive products at the new Family Dollar store in Keshena.
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When the Save-A-Lot along Wisconsin 47 in Keshena opened in December 2011, land adjacent to the grocery store sat vacant but with plans for development in the works.

Over the past year, the lot has been transformed into a Family Dollar store and Subway restaurant as part of a development plan formulated by the Menominee Indian Economic Development Authority.

The three stores are stepping stones for the authority, which envisions continued economic growth, additional local jobs and a source of hope for members of the Menominee Tribe of Indians. ...

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