What the Fourth means to us | PostIndependent.com

What the Fourth means to us

Kelli Rollin and Brett Milam
Post Independent Staff Writers

To help commemorate America’s birthday, and with Glenwood Springs being something of a summer melting pot of folks from all over, we asked people what the Fourth of July and being an American meant to them. Even internationals weighed in, commenting about what they expected from the holiday and how they viewed it.

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