Travis Jones (left) and Matt Deardorff, electricians with Capitol Electric, hang Christmas lights on Wednesday, Nov. 5, on the Time Tower building at Ward Parkway and Broadway Street in the Country Club Plaza. The Plaza has been replacing its standard electric holiday lights with more efficient LED versions over the past decade, but the project has accelerated as the technology has improved and the colors are more consistent. The lights will be lit the evening of Thanksgiving, Nov. 27.
Travis Jones (left) and Matt Deardorff, electricians with Capitol Electric, hang Christmas lights on Wednesday, Nov. 5, on the Time Tower building at Ward Parkway and Broadway Street in the Country Club Plaza. The Plaza has been replacing its standard electric holiday lights with more efficient LED versions over the past decade, but the project has accelerated as the technology has improved and the colors are more consistent. The lights will be lit the evening of Thanksgiving, Nov. 27. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Travis Jones (left) and Matt Deardorff, electricians with Capitol Electric, hang Christmas lights on Wednesday, Nov. 5, on the Time Tower building at Ward Parkway and Broadway Street in the Country Club Plaza. The Plaza has been replacing its standard electric holiday lights with more efficient LED versions over the past decade, but the project has accelerated as the technology has improved and the colors are more consistent. The lights will be lit the evening of Thanksgiving, Nov. 27. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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