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Borders store closings after bankruptcy filing: 6 in Colorado, including 3 in Denver/Boulder area

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Borders' decision to file for bankruptcy will lead to store closings aplenty, including six in Colorado. Three of those targeted are in the Denver/Boulder area, including outlets at Littleton's Southwest Plaza, on South Parker Road in Aurora, and on 29th Street in Boulder; the other three are in Greeley, Grand Junction and Dillon. Look below to see the complete U.S. list:

Borders' list of stores to be closed:

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