MILWAUKEE -- Reports of Kohl's demise may have been a bit premature. Two former executives of the supermarket chain have launched an effort to "bring back the Kohl's of the 1960s" by creating a new concept that attempts to revive the small-town independent grocer ambience that characterized Kohl's in its early days. The chain was shuttered last year by A&P, Montvale, N.J. "It's just a really good time for an independent to run a store the way it used to be run in the '60s," said Bill ...

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