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Parade honors public servants, alumni

 

Tom Stankard / Daily Globe

MEMBERS OF the Hurley Alumni band play a number of peppy songs for people lining the street during the Heritage Parade Saturday on Silver Street in Hurley.

HURLEY - Hundreds lined Silver Street in downtown Hurley for the annual Iron County Heritage Parade on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

Beginning with the "Star Spangled Banner," sung by Hurley High School class of 2016 member Reggie Kelly; floats, vehicles and people made their way up and down Silver Street to celebrate Iron County.

The parade marshals were recently retired Hurley police chief Dan Erspamer, his father and retired Ironwood police chief Ted Erspamer, the new Hurley police chief Chris Colassaco and his father and former Hurley police chief Kenny Colassaco.

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