SALMON — Wind, rain and even snow in recent weeks have not kept Carol Bullock from indulging in her passion for home gardening or from readying her ground south of town for the upcoming growing season.
The day after Thanksgiving was originally dubbed Black Friday as a negative due to traffic, crowds and hostile behavior. It’s now a positive for many people who get excited for the lines, the crowds and especially the deals. American consumers plan to spend an average of $967.13 during the holiday shopping season this year, according to National Retail Federation’s survey conducted by Prosper Insights.
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