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People across the world celebrate Fourth of July with Perham

People at Paul Miller Park stopped to watch the boat parade at Little Pine Lake in the early afternoon. Later that evening, many more people celebrated with a baseball game and fireworks at Krueger Field.

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Perham shot off fireworks at Krueger field on the evening of Sunday, July 4. (Elizabeth Vierkant/Focus)

Both Perham residents and people from all across the world celebrated 2021's Fourth of July.

People at Paul Miller Park stopped to watch the boat parade at Little Pine Lake in the early afternoon. Later that evening, many more people celebrated with a baseball game and fireworks at Krueger Field.

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People at Little Pine Lake watch as the boat parade starts on the afternoon of Sunday, July 4. (Elizabeth Vierkant/Focus)

Perham's Rich Luth, who runs the Otter Tail Channel, a videography channel that films and streams events across Minnesota on Facebook and YouTube , livestreamed Perham's fireworks. Luth said that people from all across the world, including Canada, Ireland and even Costa Rica, watched this stream, making Perham's fireworks international. As of July 6, Otter Tail Channel's video of the fireworks sits at over 1,100 views.

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