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Flagstaff calls off July 4th fireworks show for good (access required)

FLAGSTAFF - After two consecutive years of Fourth of July fireworks show cancellations because of extreme fire danger, Flagstaff is ending the annual event for good. The city tucked into northern Arizona's ponderosa pine forests instead plans a laser light show and concert to celebrate Independence Day. Deputy City Manager Jim Wine says the decision was ...

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