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July Fourth 2017

Polk County celebrates July Fourth

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Photo by Jolene Guzman

People young and old took part in Falls City’s Fourth of July parade on Saturday.

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Photo by Jolene Guzman

Red, white and blue color combinations were everywhere during Falls City's parade and community barbecue on July 1.

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Photo by Jolene Guzman

Falls City’s Fourth of July parade featured plenty of home town spirit.

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Photo by Emily Mentzer

Sparky the Fire Dog greets people waiting for the pancake breakfast to begin.

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Photo by STEPHANIE BLAIR

The grand parade featured plenty of inspired costumes and floats.

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Photo by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN

The grand parade had a variety of participants.

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Photo by Stephanie Blair

Antique military trucks thrilled spectators at the Monmouth/Independence Rotary Club Grand Parade on July 4.

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Photo by Stephanie Blair

King George III antagonized the crowd in Independence, but was met with boos and was assaulted with water cannons by some of the youngsters.

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Photo by Jolene Guzman

Falls City kicked off its celebration with a parade on July 1.

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Photo by Stephanie Blair

Carpet Hero flexed atop a moving truck making its way down the Monmouth/Independence parade route.

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Photo by Lukas Eggen

Johnny Wheels and the Swamp Donkeys performed classic rock in Dallas City Park during Freedomfest.

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Photo by Lukas Eggen

Freedomfest in Dallas featured music and barbecue.

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Photo by Stephanie Blair

Shriners in their mini cars cruise the Rotary Grand Parade route on July 4.

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Photo by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN

The fireworks shows at Riverview Park in Independence provided a perfect way to cap off Fourth of July celebrations.

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Photo by HILARY ASAY

Polk County had some spectacular fireworks shows to entertain all.

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