Dave Andrade, working at a fireworks stand near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50, chats with a customer Friday after selling a bag of fireworks. Andrade, from Knob Noster, is also the wrestling head coach for the Knob Noster Panthers.


Alex Agueros | Democrat

Fireworks and discarded boxes lay under a tent as the stand’s owner, Ed Phillips, unpacks product in the back. Phillips lives in Branson where he coaches two sports for the Pirates and teaches strength training. He was a resident of Sedalia for six years.


Alex Agueros | Democrat

Firecrackers called “Cloud Buster Missles” stand on display at a fireworks tent near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50 Friday. State law allows the selling of fireworks from June 20 to July 10 for the Independence Day holiday. It is illegal to discharge any firecrackers, cannon crackers, aerial bombs, torpedoes, rockets, Roman candles, flares, or fireworks of any kind or description or any pyrotechnic material within Sedalia city limits, however, fireworks are allowed in the county.


Alex Agueros | Democrat

Dave Andrade, working at a fireworks stand near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50, chats with a customer Friday after selling a bag of fireworks. Andrade, from Knob Noster, is also the wrestling head coach for the Knob Noster Panthers.

Fireworks and discarded boxes lay under a tent as the stand’s owner, Ed Phillips, unpacks product in the back. Phillips lives in Branson where he coaches two sports for the Pirates and teaches strength training. He was a resident of Sedalia for six years.

Firecrackers called “Cloud Buster Missles” stand on display at a fireworks tent near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50 Friday. State law allows the selling of fireworks from June 20 to July 10 for the Independence Day holiday. It is illegal to discharge any firecrackers, cannon crackers, aerial bombs, torpedoes, rockets, Roman candles, flares, or fireworks of any kind or description or any pyrotechnic material within Sedalia city limits, however, fireworks are allowed in the county.

Dave Andrade, working at a fireworks stand near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50, chats with a customer Friday after selling a bag of fireworks. Andrade, from Knob Noster, is also the wrestling head coach for the Knob Noster Panthers.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_6721.jpgDave Andrade, working at a fireworks stand near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50, chats with a customer Friday after selling a bag of fireworks. Andrade, from Knob Noster, is also the wrestling head coach for the Knob Noster Panthers. Alex Agueros | Democrat

Fireworks and discarded boxes lay under a tent as the stand’s owner, Ed Phillips, unpacks product in the back. Phillips lives in Branson where he coaches two sports for the Pirates and teaches strength training. He was a resident of Sedalia for six years.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_6730.jpgFireworks and discarded boxes lay under a tent as the stand’s owner, Ed Phillips, unpacks product in the back. Phillips lives in Branson where he coaches two sports for the Pirates and teaches strength training. He was a resident of Sedalia for six years. Alex Agueros | Democrat

Firecrackers called “Cloud Buster Missles” stand on display at a fireworks tent near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50 Friday. State law allows the selling of fireworks from June 20 to July 10 for the Independence Day holiday. It is illegal to discharge any firecrackers, cannon crackers, aerial bombs, torpedoes, rockets, Roman candles, flares, or fireworks of any kind or description or any pyrotechnic material within Sedalia city limits, however, fireworks are allowed in the county.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_6711.jpgFirecrackers called “Cloud Buster Missles” stand on display at a fireworks tent near Dukes & Boots on U.S. Highway 50 Friday. State law allows the selling of fireworks from June 20 to July 10 for the Independence Day holiday. It is illegal to discharge any firecrackers, cannon crackers, aerial bombs, torpedoes, rockets, Roman candles, flares, or fireworks of any kind or description or any pyrotechnic material within Sedalia city limits, however, fireworks are allowed in the county. Alex Agueros | Democrat
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