Dakotas shoppers hit the stores on Black Friday
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- Retail experts are predicting a strong holiday shopping season in the Dakotas despite a summer of drought, a forecast bolstered by long lines at stores in major cities throughout the two states on Black Friday and even earlier.
Some stores opened on Thanksgiving, with many shoppers waiting at the doors to get in. Rebecca Kari, of Belle Fourche, snagged the first spot in line at a Sears store in Rapid City, S.D., on Thursday morning.
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