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Independence Day festival closes out Loggerodeo in Sedro-Woolley

The oldest continuous July 4 celebration in the state draws a crowd in the thousands

Crowds watch logging trucks go by at the Sedro-Woolley Fourth of July parade.
Crowds watch logging trucks go by at the Sedro-Woolley Fourth of July parade Tuesday, July 4. Sedro-Woolley staged its first Fourth of July celebration in 1886, making it the oldest continuous celebration in the state. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By David Nuñez News Intern
A forest of folding chairs lined the streets of Sedro-Woolley as a grand parade made its way through
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