Musical might have lacked permit
MEDORA, N.D. (AP) -- The Billings County state's attorney says he's looking into whether the Medora Musical had the proper authority for pyrotechnics that seriously burned a worker.
Jay Brovold said if the pyrotechnics scene is considered a public fireworks display, the musical should have had a permit. The public display permit from the county costs $2.
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