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Photo gallery: Ashland High School Homecoming Parade

The Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade makes its way through downtown Ashland Wednesday afternoon. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
October 20, 2023

Wednesday afternoon parade enlivened downtown Ashland

A sea of red, Columbia blue and white — the Ashland High School Grizzly colors — filled the streets Wednesday afternoon during the AHS Homecoming Parade. Friday’s football game starts at 7 p.m. at the high school.

Equestrians escorted by Ashland Police Department and Ashland Fire & Rescue vehicles took part in the Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade on Wednesday afternoon through downtown Ashland. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
Students on floats took part in the Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade on Wednesday afternoon through downtown Ashland. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
Band students took part in the Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade on Wednesday afternoon through downtown Ashland. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
The Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade makes its way through downtown Ashland Wednesday afternoon. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
Students in trucks took part in the Ashland High School Homecoming Week parade on Wednesday afternoon through downtown Ashland. Ashland.news photo by Holly Dillemuth
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