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City’s (and state’s) 2nd Kroger Marketplace set to open
Photos by Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Employees of the Kroger Marketplace at the Village of Coventry get the store ready for today’s grand opening.
Kroger Marketplace employees, from left, Wes Tinkel, Natalie Biddle and Carol Butts arrange sandwiches for today’s grand opening.
Mike Mast, of wholesaler Crosset Co., sets out organic plums to prepare for the opening of the second Kroger Marketplace in Indiana.