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Artesia celebrates the Fourth • Community puts pride on display with Independence Day festivities

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At left, members of the United States Border Patrol Color Guard march down Main Street Saturday at the head of the BPO Does’ Fourth of July parade. This year’s parade them was “Let Freedom Ring,” and various businesses, organizations and individuals did just that, draping their parade entries in red, white and blue for their trip past the large crowds that gathered on Main. The parade kicked off a full slate of activities that culminated in a professional fireworks show by J&M Displays. See Page 5 for more Fourth photos.  Brienne Green - Daily Press
At left, members of the United States Border Patrol Color Guard march down Main Street Saturday at the head of the BPO Does’ Fourth of July parade. This year’s parade them was “Let Freedom Ring,” and various businesses, organizations and individuals did just that, draping their parade entries in red, white and blue for their trip past the large crowds that gathered on Main. The parade kicked off a full slate of activities that culminated in a professional fireworks show by J&M Displays. See Page 5 for more Fourth photos. Brienne Green – Daily Press

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