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VIDEO: Sights and sounds from Christmas at the Palace

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Spectators sing Christmas carols Monday night after the lighting of the city Christmas tree in the courtyard across from the Corn Palace. The tree-lighting concluded this year's Christmas at the Palace event, which included food, a chance to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus and games and activities for families. (Kella Rodiek/Republic)
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