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City Lights Kicks Off Holiday Season

The holidays are officially here. Thousands of people flooded the streets of downtown Wichita Falls Saturday for the 2010 City Lights Festival and Parade.

Downtown shops were open until well into the evening and vendors and live music filled the streets.

Folks with Downtown Wichita Falls Develops said they are excited to get the community in the holiday spirit.

The highlight of the evening was the annual City Lights Parade. It kicked off at 7 p.m.

Event organizers said around 10,000 celebrated the event.

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