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Wichita Falls Celebrates Veterans Day Early

Wichita Falls held its annual Veterans Day Parade Saturday.

Marchers from Texoma school bands and color guards turned out along with area veterans and military groups.

The yearly event pays tribute to all of those who have sacrificed so much to serve and protect the nation.

The Patriot Guard Riders were also on hand showing their support.

The festivities started at 11 a.m. in downtown Wichita Falls.

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