Posted 7/03/17 (Mon)
By Marcus White
With temperatures predicted to soar into the 90s on the Fourth of July, Tioga officials remained hopeful a planned fireworks show would go off as planned.
As far as Tioga Rural Fire Chief Jim McGinnity is concerned, if conditions remain stable, there should not be an issue with holding the show Tuesday evening.
With the Tribune going to press Monday, due to the Tuesday holiday, this was the latest word available as of press time.
In some areas of the state, including as nearby as the western half of Divide County, burning of any kind, including fireworks, has been banned due to drought conditions.