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Cabela's has plenty of people waiting in line for Black Friday bargains.
Menards opens at 6:00 Friday morning to a large crowd.
Shoppers not only hit Rapid City stores late last night into the early hours of the morning, but stayed out pretty much all day Friday.
Drawn by deals, die–hard holiday shoppers hit the stores early, and then some of them poured into one local bar.
The Rushmore Composite Squadron of the South Dakota Civil Air Patrol was collecting donations at the Rushmore Mall Friday to bring holiday decorations to those who fought for our country.
Storybook Island kicked off their biggest fundraiser of the year, Friday. The 20th annual Christmas Nights of Light opened with nearly 14 miles of lights shining throughout the park.
Belle Fourche lit up the night sky with holiday cheer Friday night. The annual Parade of Lights rolled through town with about 20 different floats.
The countdown is on for the annual Festival of Lights Parade in Rapid City, which is expected to draw thousands of people to the downtown area Saturday night. What began lighting up the streets 18 years ago has continued as a holiday tradition, kicking off the Christmas countdown. This year, the parade has more than 80 entries.
Black Friday shoppers also took advantage of big bargains for their pets Friday. The Humane Society of the Black Hills sold microchips for cats and dogs at $35 dollars.
Being homeless is hard enough; being homeless during the holidays is especially difficult. But the Cornerstone Rescue Mission is working to bring joy to the hundreds of homeless in Rapid City.
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