Watching fireworks go up into the night sky are an Independence Day tradition, and El Paso won’t be for a lack of places one can park their car and watch bombs bursting in air Thursday night. But it isn’t the only way to celebrate the Fourth.
El Paso County and the City of El Paso have banned the sale and use of all fireworks this Fourth of July. Only professional shows will be allowed. But there are places in the Borderland where you can legally buy and shoot off fireworks.
Fireworks have become synonymous with the Fourth of July. But with the county banning the sale and use of all fireworks for the third consecutive year, what’s a person who wants to celebrate the Fourth with a bang to do?
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