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2011 Craig Fourth of July Parade

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Jolene Rhyne, left, and KatieJo Knez watch the Fourth of July parade with their families Monday on Victory Way. The parade, the first one on the holiday in Craig in numerous years, started at Craig City Park and made a loop on Victory Way, Yampa Avenue and Sixth Street before ending back at the park. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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Troy Flannery rides his Harley Davidson motorcycle during the Fourth of July parade Monday with a Colorado state flag and an American flag on the back. Flannery said he and his friend, Murray Fenstermacher, decided to combine two American traditions — the Fourth of July and Harley Davidson motorcycles. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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Local veterans ride on their float during Monday’s Fourth of July parade in Craig. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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A marching band, made up of Moffat County High School alumni and Craig residents, march Monday during the Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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Spectators line Victory Way on Monday to watch Craig’s Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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Numerous classic cars, led by a Shelby Cobra, drive Monday down Victory Way as part of the Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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The Fourth of July parade Monday in Craig included floats, tractors, fire trucks and classic cars. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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From right, William Wynter and Whittney Lighthizer sit Monday along Victory Way to watch Craig’s Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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A float drives Monday down Yampa Avenue as part of Craig’s Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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An ambulance from The Memorial Hospital in Craig passes by the Museum of Northwest Colorado on Monday as part of Craig’s Fourth of July parade. Photo by Joshua Gordon

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