Thousands pack Main Avenue for Stars and Stripes Parade

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Thousands pack Main Avenue for Stars and Stripes Parade

Crowd shows support for local agencies
The Chemdry float thanks firefighters during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Wednesday on Main Avenue. Thousands of people lined the street for the parade despite the cancellation of the city’s fireworks show because of high fire danger.
Spectators anxiously await for the Stars and Stripes Parade to begin Wednesday on Main Avenue.
A donkey was a hit with the crowd during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
A horse pulls a float from Stinking Badge Ranch during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
Charles Hamby, who is running for La Plata County Sheriff, talks with spectators during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
The Gunther, Hunter and Mittlestadt families came to Durango for a family reunion over the Fourth of July.

Thousands pack Main Avenue for Stars and Stripes Parade

The Chemdry float thanks firefighters during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Wednesday on Main Avenue. Thousands of people lined the street for the parade despite the cancellation of the city’s fireworks show because of high fire danger.
Spectators anxiously await for the Stars and Stripes Parade to begin Wednesday on Main Avenue.
A donkey was a hit with the crowd during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
A horse pulls a float from Stinking Badge Ranch during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
Charles Hamby, who is running for La Plata County Sheriff, talks with spectators during the Stars and Stripes Parade on Main Avenue.
The Gunther, Hunter and Mittlestadt families came to Durango for a family reunion over the Fourth of July.

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