Fireworks sales in Fulton legal this year

Susan Peterson and her son, Caleb, sort through fireworks at the Cosmo Fireworks stand located on South Business 54 in Fulton. The stand is now open and selling fireworks with part of its proceeds going to benefit Kingdom Christian Academy.

Susan Peterson and her son, Caleb, sort through fireworks at the Cosmo Fireworks stand located on South Business 54 in Fulton. The stand is now open and selling fireworks with part of its proceeds going to benefit Kingdom Christian Academy. Photo by Mandi Steele.

FULTON, Mo. — Few things invoke thoughts of the Fourth of July like the boom and flash of fireworks.

For the first time this year, Fulton residents can buy those patriotic explosives — and set them off — within city limits, thanks to an ordinance passed in August 2010.

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The City Council allowed residents to shoot off fireworks last year when they first started discussing the question of fireworks within the city limits, but this is the first year the new ordinance is in effect.

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