By Daniel Thompson

Another successful year for the Parade of Lights


Daniel Thompson

Rodeo Queen Lindsey Soule waves at the crowd during the Parade of Lights.

The sidewalks on 2nd Street in Kimball were lined with local adults and youths as they eagerly anticipated the start of the Parade of Lights the night of Saturday, November 30.

The air was biting as the lights of the fire truck beamed in the distance as residents looked on bundled up in coats, gloves and scarfs. After a brief wait, the fire truck siren echoed through the streets as the parade started barreling down on the downtown area.

As the fire truck passed the crowds amassed on both sides of the street, the excited exclamations of little children could be heard as they set their eyes...

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