TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Sears Holdings Corp. plans to close its store in Topeka as part of a nationwide reorganization.
The store is expected to close in September.
That will leave the Wichita store as the only remaining traditional Sears store in Kansas.
The Chicago-based company announced Thursday that it plans to close 57 Sears department and specialty stores, and 15 Kmarts.
Those closings will leave Sears with about 800 stores, down from a peak of 4,000 stores in 2012.