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Five ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in 2024

Options for fireworks, festivals and other fun around Whatcom and Skagit counties

Fireworks of various colors and size explode behind the Acid Ball.
Fireworks explode behind the Acid Ball at the Downtown Waterfront on July 4, 2019. The Port of Bellingham will put on their annual show, but consumer fireworks are banned within Bellingham city limits. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Cocoa Laney Lifestyle Editor
Fourth of July celebrations are serious business in Northwest Washington, with no shortage of firewo
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