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Marching band returns triumphant


Last updated 7/7/2016 at 7:38pm

Havre Daily News/Teresa Getten

A Havre Fire Department fire truck leads the procession with the Havre High School buses Wednesday on U.S. Highway 2 as it turns into 1st Street West bringing the high school marching band back into Havre upon their return from performing Monday in the National Independence Day Parade in Washington.

The Blue Pony buses carrying the Havre High School band rolled into town Wednesday to a city proudly waiting to welcome them back.

The band represented Montana in the National Independence Day Parade in Washington.

Police, firefighters and parents waited at the Holiday Village Mall after 10 a.m. to join and escort the buses to the school.

The honking procession, with the coach buses in between and a police vehicle on both ends, stretched about 15 cars long. Some people stood on the side of the road, waving and taking pictures with their cellphone cameras as the motorcade went by.

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