FORT WORTH, Texas -- Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas, said it opened a new store here -- the first major supermarket to be built in the city's economically depressed Southeast sector in close to 30 years. Minyard, plus a $660,000 economic development grant for training new employees and various building costs. Minyard said most of the jobs in the store will go to low- and moderate-income residents of the area. The store anchors a shopping center with an additional 20,000 square feet ...

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