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King Soopers in Boulder reopens nearly a year after 10 killed in mass shooting

The King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive in Boulder reopened Wednesday nearly a year after the mass shooting there, bringing with it all the emotions one might expect — everything from excitement and relief to anxiety and uncertainty.

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Grocery store employees and city officials gathered with the community Wednesday morning outside of the newly redesigned store in south Boulder for a ceremony.

The store, a community hub for many, was the site of a mass shooting on March 22 in which 10 people were killed. It was closed for nearly a year while under construction.

This is a developing story and will be updated. 

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