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Showing off their Bulldog pride and cheering on the parade are Tatum and Teagan Chambers of Kearney.
Arlo Grimm tries to go for 8 seconds on the mechanical bull.
Kenzie Kelly of Kearney tries her hand at winning a hermit crab at a carnival game in the Jesse James Festival fairgrounds in Kearney.
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This year's Jesse James Festival parade marshal is longtime Kearney businessman Keith Doss.
With a Bulldog pride theme, it's only fitting Bruiser, the Kearney High School mascot, rides in the Jesse James Festival 2021 parade.
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Brian Barber, 5, and Charli Frazee, 4, have a swinging good time at the Jesse James Festival.
One of the new festival attractions this year, Tumbleweed Crossing, delights audiences in Kearney's Jesse James Park with its Wild West comedy…
Abe Lincoln even turned up during the Jesse James Festival parade.
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One of the big rodeo attractions and parade participants each year is the Rawhide & Dusty Show.
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This year's festival parade included a military salute to the colors, presented by the Boy Scouts.
- By Amanda Lubinski firstname.lastname@example.org
Kearney High School Marching Band performs during this year's Jesse James Festival Parade.
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