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November 2, 2013 10:00 PM

'Walk of Honor' dedication focuses on challenges confronting vets

About 75 people gathered Saturday morning in the shadow of American Legion Post 28 in Duncan Park to dedicate a “walk of honor” that organizers hope will serve as a place for future generations to quietly reflect on the challenges face and overcome by this county’s veterans.

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