Sears Holdings is closing another 46 stores, including one in Michigan

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Sears Holdings, which owns Kmart, says it is closing 46 more stores in November, reports CNBC.

Sears announced Thursday that it is closing 46 more stores across the country, and this time, the Florence Mall location also got the ax.

Associates displaced by the closures will be able to apply for open positions at area stores, Sears Holdings said.

One location in MI is on the chopping block: Sears at the Jackson Crossing Shopping Center off I-94 in Jackson.

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The embattled 125-year-old retailer told employees at the affected stores this week that their locations would close in November, with liquidation sales to begin as soon as next week. A small group of stores were initially pulled from the May list for further evaluation.

It may not be over, either, the company implied in its statement announcing the closures.

Lampert has described the deal as "critical" for Sears. The same can not be said for the Sears store in Victor.

Another Kmart will close in West Virginia in the coming months leaving only three of the retail stores left in the Mountain State. Two other regional Sears are being closed, including one in Happy Valley and one at the Vancouver Mall.