Hotel Yellowstone Neon Sign

Over the summer, a group of people began working to revitalize Old Town Pocatello with their "Relight the Night" campaign. Last night, they made more progress.

If you took a stroll through Old Town, you might have seen the Hotel Yellowstone's neon sign flashing.

Relight the night had been trying to convince the owner to turn it back on for months, and last night, he finally gave in.

Next, Relight the Night will pay for a service call, where someone will assess how much it will cost to get the sign back to full working condition.

It's the tenth sign relight the night has re-lit, and they say they plan to keep going.

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