Although some towns in our area don't allow the lighting of fireworks, there are some that still do. It's always a hazard to deal with anything as unpredictable once it's lit but there are a few things you should know before doing so. Only buy fireworks from licensed vendors...
With COVID-19 restrictions and the Yakama Nation announcing today that it will not allow sales of fireworks on the reservation in 2020, along with other towns canceling their shows, you might be wondering if it is still a go in Moxee this year.
Local videographer/drone enthusiast and Moxee resident Sean Davido took to the skies on July 4, 2018 to capture these images from east valley residents and their respective displays of pyrotechnics.
For a city of just 3,000 citizens, it truly is one helluva show.
Every year, I tell my friends that on the Fourth of July, my neighborhood in Moxee resembles downtown Baghdad, so every year more and more of my friends and family come to my house to celebrate Independence Day to see the insane display.