WALL, South Dakota (AP) - A street makeover is putting one of South Dakota's leading tourist attractions in a new light.
The $1.3 million Main Street project in downtown Wall has new concrete paving and lighting, and a new water main. The work should be finished by mid-May.
It includes new concrete in front of Wall Drug and improvements to make it safer for pedestrians downtown.
Wall Drug draws about 2 million people annually to the town, which is about 60 miles east of Rapid City.
Wall public works director Jeff Clark tells says the project will make downtown Wall nicer looking and safer.
Clark says the new lighting has "changed the whole look of downtown."
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