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After dog is shocked, Steamboat pulls plug on downtown holiday tree lights

Holiday lights grace downtown Steamboat Springs in February as traffic moves along Lincoln Avenue. The city had to pull the plug on the holiday tree lights this season because of an electrical problem. Scott Franz | Steamboat Pilot

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Lincoln Avenue won’t shine quite as bright this holiday season.

City officials said because of an electrical problem, they had to pull the plug on the holiday lights that grace the trees on several blocks of the busy downtown street.

And without an easy fix to the problem, the lights aren’t likely to be turned on again this winter season.

Read more from the Steamboat Pilot.


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