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Help us find the lights

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There’s nothing “lite” when it comes to holiday lights.

Once again this season, folks across the region will be trying to outdo each other with the biggest, brightest outdoor decorations this side of the Vegas strip.

And once again, we’ll be publishing a list of those grandiose displays – with your help.

If you spot something particularly eye-catching, either in your neighbor’s yard (or your own) or while driving around town, we’d like to know about it.

Just go online to www.spokesman.com/ holidaylights, click on the “tell us about it” link and fill out the brief form.

At that same Web site, you’ll be able to see all of the addresses that have been entered so far, sort them by neighborhood – even create maps for your own personal tour.

We’ll also run the list in the newspaper beginning with next Sunday’s Today section.

It’s a little slim so far, but we know we can do better. (Yes, we’re talking about you, South Spokane, Spokane Valley and North Idaho.)

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