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Pop goes the holiday

Barton County officials weren’t ready to put the kibosh on fireworks for this Independence Day, but that’s mainly because it’s so late in the game.
There is certainly concern that the current dry conditions are going to be pretty much made to order for disaster if people are not careful with fireworks this Fourth of July.
Everyone understands this is a fun time for a lot of people.
And they understand that it is also an important money-making time for others.
But they, frankly, don’t want it to be another nightmare event that costs local taxpayers ...

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