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Shooters are responsible

Local officials continued discussions about fireworks around Barton County this week.
For the most part, in Barton County, they can only be shot on July 4.
There were all sorts of questions raised about the legality of their use, depending on where they are fired compared to where the remainders land.
You can probably see the issue here.
With many types of fireworks, there is little control over these matters and in a time of extreme dry conditions, it really does matter where the embers land.
Where ever they land, and here’s the bottom line, the responsibility lies in ...

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