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Big Sky Pride returns to Billings

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After almost a decade, Big Sky Pride returns to Billings. Pride events have taken over the Magic City this weekend and Saturday was no exception.      

The events started Saturday morning with a parade through downtown Billings, followed by a pride rally and festival. The festival features games, food trucks, and live entertainment. 

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