A glorious Fourth

Parade. fireworks show highlight Midlothian's celebration of America's birthday

Mirror report
Methodist Midlothian's float was named Best Overall Winner during Saturday's Midlothian Independence Day Parade. The theme of this year's parade was "Super Heroes." The celebration lasted throughout the day in the city and culminated with a fireworks show on Saturday night.
The award-winning Midlothian High School Panther Regiment marches during Saturday's Midlothian Independence Day Parade.
Kids ride a John Deere Train from Gaga Dahs Farm during the Midlothian Independence Day Parade on Saturday.
Riding atop Fire Engine No. 1 during Midlothian's Independence Day Parade on Saturday is the Heritage High School varsity girls soccer team, which won the Class 4A state championship this spring.
The Midlothian Community Development Corporation distributed flags among the crowd during Saturday's Midlothian Independence Day Parade.
Members of Boy Scout Troop 512, Troop 215, and Cub Scout Troop 962 presented our nation's colors during the Midlothian Independence Day Parade on Saturday.
Midlothian Girl Scout Service Unit 253 celebrates our country's first-responder superheroes during the Midlothian Independence Day Parade on Saturday.
The Super Team of Saturday's Midlothian Independence Day Parade (from left): Gina Moore, Parks & Rec; Mayor Richard Reno; and Brad Golden, parade announcer.
Fireworks fill the sky during a show at MISD Multipurpose Stadium to conclude Independence Day festivities on Saturday. The celebration lasted throughout the day, beginning with a parade through downtown Midlothian on Saturday morning.