On Thursday, Nov. 26, the city of Prestonsburg brought an end to Thanksgiving Day with the turning on of its annual Christmas light display, which is held in Archer Park. This year's light display is being held in a socially-distanced way, as individuals are required to drive through the park in their respective vehicles due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. According to Prestonsburg Mayor Les Stapleton, the opening weekend was a success, as traffic was backed up, both ways to Archer Park. If anyone would like to enjoy the lights, they can visit Archer Park and downtown Prestonsburg until the New Year.
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