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Photos: Fourth of July parade in Steamboat Springs (with video)

Natalie Matakovic, 8, waves a flag at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Ashtyn Lamb, right, and sister Andee don face paint while watching the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Sean Benson collects a donation from Jude Constable, 7, at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Stacey Gibbons has been participating in the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade for decades.
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Thousands crowded the sidewalks to take in the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Police Chief Sherry Burlingame walks in the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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The Steamboat men’s and women’s rugby teams show off their skills at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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A participant of the parade rides a mechanical bull as part of the Rolling Video Games float at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club athlete Mckenzie Maines dashes down the road at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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Annika Malacinski, U.S. National Team member, competes in the roller ski race at the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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The roller ski race kicks off ahead of the Steamboat Springs Fourth of July Parade on Yampa Street.
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