Fourth of July parade draws thousands to Killdeer

Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher

Staff Report

Many were local.
Some were not.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Killdeer for the annual Fourth of July Parade which started by the High Plains Community Center and headed north past the Lions Park
According to Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn it was a successful parade, with people lining the complete route through the city.
He also unveiled his newest piece of equipment during the parade, a small powered “cruiser” with eight-year old Parker Fenstermaker at the wheel.

 

 

A patriotic three-year old, Blair Hennessy of Bismarck, finds a comfortable spot on her father’s lap to watch the Fourth of July parade in Killdeer. Her family was visiting relatives in Killdeer, according toTom Hennessy.
HERALD/Brad Mosher
Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher
Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher
Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher

 

Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher
Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher
Killdeer’s Fourth of July parade.
HERALD/Brad Mosher

 

 

 


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