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When 8th grade firecracker Kelly Collins is forced to attend military school after her mom marries Brigadier General Joe Maxwell, the colorful fashionista has trouble falling into line with her cadet classmates.
Perhaps the Firecrackers had fired their last bullet of the tournament, but the same team did not take the field on Friday.
Texas is firecracker-hot, so thoughts of back to school may be the furthest thing from your swimming-pool mindset right now.
On a recent morning, down the hill from Manatad's trailer and closer to a more moneyed part of Colfax, the dewy air was thick with the smell of firecrackers.
Property damage Police said a man threw a firecracker into a trash receptacle behind a building on the 7000 block of Crain Street, causing a fire on the afternoon of July 3.
Each firecracker contains about 7 grams of the sweet stuff and literally nothing else.
Firecrakers: On Sept. 16, 2011, Lisa Keller provided security video to police that shows Weigle throwing firecrackers at her and her dog.
In the Browns' fifteenth game of their last season before fleeing for Baltimore, the Dawg Pound was throwing firecrackers towards the oncoming home team.
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