Donald Adkins with the Disabled American Veterans' honor guard bowed his head Friday during a Memorial Day ceremony in West Liberty. The service honored those lost in distant battles and those struggling to recover after the recent tornadoes.
Donald Adkins with the Disabled American Veterans' honor guard bowed his head Friday during a Memorial Day ceremony in West Liberty. The service honored those lost in distant battles and those struggling to recover after the recent tornadoes.
Donald Adkins with the Disabled American Veterans' honor guard bowed his head Friday during a Memorial Day ceremony in West Liberty. The service honored those lost in distant battles and those struggling to recover after the recent tornadoes.

West Liberty's Memorial Day is especially solemn — but hopeful

May 25, 2012 04:17 PM

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