Donnie Buell, 11, looked over his favorite fireworks, all displayed in fiery red, orange and yellow packages.

There they were — legal fireworks with explosive titles like Lightning Rod, Killer Bees and Hairy Eyeballs.

“I like all the sparkling ones that you put on the ground,” said Donnie, as he shopped with his grandmother in the tent outlet operated by Keystone Fireworks on Route 6, across the highway from the Corry Walmart in Columbus Township.

See the Journal's Friday, July 3rd edition for full story.

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