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Grandview residents turn out for annual parade

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Photo by Julia Hart

The Prosser Fire Department water truck crew cooled off the Yakima Valley Fair Parade crowd during Thursday night’s Grandview event.

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Nearly late for the start of the parade, a group of Charro riders gives Yakima Valley Fair Parade onlookers a quick preview of the dancing horses’ talents on their way to the staging area at Harriet Thompson Elementary School.

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The Aug. 21-24 neighboring Klickitat Fair and Rodeo received a little advertising thanks to visiting royalty.

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This monster tractor took up the entire center of the street as it made its pass through the streets of Grandview last night. Farm equipment, new and vintage vehicles, all vied for attention during the parade, annually held as part of Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo week.

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Local lawmakers Bruce Chandler (hidden) and Sen. Jim Honeyford offer thanks to area voters for their support during last night’s Grandview parade.

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Waving back at the entries in the annual community parade is Dante Perez, who waited patiently for candy tossed from the parade entries to come his way.

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A touch of the Orient earned the Zillah community float top honors during Thursday night’s Yakima Valley Fair Parade in Grandview. Thousands of valley residents lined the city streets to watch the hour-long parade.

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