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By Garth Meyer
Whitman County Gazette 

Fourth of July festivities expand from last year

Endicott holds largest event, Albion cancels


Jullene Sager | The Gazette

COLFAX — Fourth of July events return to nearly normal for 2021.

ALBION — The traditional barbecue and parade are not taking place this year due to uncertainty about COVID-19 protocols. Gov. Jay Inslee was announcing an update on June 30.

"It's kind of hard to plan a picnic and everything in a couple days," said Albion Fire Chief Jeremy Peterson. "So we'll hold off until 2022."

ENDICOTT — An expanded schedule is highlighted by a 7 p.m. full parade and fireworks at dark.

On Saturday, July 3, from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m. a swap meet-flea market and craft show takes place at the fire station....

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