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Ric Goodhue addressed those who assembled at the courthouse Monday evening in remembrance of those who served the military in times of peace and combat, and spoke about the importance of Memorial Day as well as thanked those who turned out. (above photo) Standing behind a universal symbol of a soldier fallen in combat, the rifle jammed, barrel-first into the ground, a helmet atop it, Ed House (at right) plays “Taps” on the bugle as a member of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) gun guard stands at attention. (Bottom photo) In another part of the Memorial Day service, members of the DAV prepare to fire a volley in commemoration of those who served in the past and who serve today. Chris Dean / LTN Photo

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