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Fourth of July celebration in Craig

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J.W. Snacks Bar & Grill owner Danny Griffith walks alongside parade floats dressed as Uncle Sam. He was one of many community members who marched in Craig's Fourth of July parade. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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John Bolton helps lead the community Fourth of July Parade Band down Victory Way in Craig. The band consists of community members, including high school and middle school students. They practiced for six weeks prior to the parade. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Various floats roll down Victory Way on the Fourth of July, ringing in Independence Day for Craig. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Justin Sadvar, left, sits with his son Caiden, 4, daughter Rhiannon, 2, and his wife, Whitney. The family celebrated Independence Day by watching Craig's Fourth of July parade that marched along Victory Way. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Elk Run Inn owner Randy Looper is a member of the Fourth of July Parade Band. He and roughly 30 others marched in Craig's parade to ring in Independence Day. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Johnny Garcia, who helped organize Craig's Fourth of July parade, rides in an old 1928 Franklin Touring car owned by the local Veterans of Foreign Wars. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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A group of Craig community members mock American politicians in the Fourth of July parade that marched down Victory Way. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Kinder Family Clinic participated in Craig's Fourth of July parade. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Katie Knez rides her horse that has "God bless" written on it. She was all smiles when as she gracefully rode down Yampa Avenue. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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Fireworks lit up the sky for the 2013 Fourth of July celebrations. County and the city of Craig spent about $8,000 to put on the show, but they can't spend that money for the 2014 Independence day. Photo by Noelle Leavitt Riley

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