Lebanon Reporter

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July 6, 2012

County avoids fireworks issues on the Fourth

Boone County — It was a quiet Fourth of July in much of Boone County Wednesday without the sound of celebratory fireworks into the night.

Most residents in the county refrained from using fireworks, recognizing the extreme fire danger. Fireworks shows in both Lebanon and Zionsville were canceled this year due to severe drought conditions and Lebanon, Zionsville and Whitestown also banned the use of personal fireworks several days ago.

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