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Supercenter Stops 24 Hour Service

MEDFORD, Ore. — Local Walmart managers confirm the South Medford store will start closing its doors at midnight starting March 31st.

Store officials say it’s not a widespread closure. It only concerns the Medford location. Store officials say the closure change is designed to better serve the specific shopping needs of Southern Oregon.

Starting on Easter Sunday, the store’s hours will be 6 a.m. to midnight every night.

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  1. ed says:

    Wow they sold this walmart to the public here in medford as a 24 hour superstore inorder to get the land, and be able to open that store. Now thats is open we find out thats not the case, just some more walmart bs. I go to that walmart to shop early in the morning because i dont like going to winco, or food4less. Well walmart you just lost my business.

  2. rick says:

    must be some indication to the crime and low life crap and just plane slime that has moved into town……lets invite some more…or lets get rid of them..!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Kas says:

    Right, because nobody in the valley works long nights and really benefited from walmart 24 hours. Thanks walmart jerks.

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