Hundreds turn out for Fourth of July Debs celebration
From a working dump truck to classic cars, stylish horses, costumed children and serious causes - the 30th annual Debs Fourth of July parade combined innovation with tradition. And, of course, as always, the parade circled the tiny town (population five) twice.
The lineup of 62 registered units started at 10 a.m. The parade stepped off smartly as the Debs School bell rang at 11 a.m.
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