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By Karla Pomeroy
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'We have a responsibility to never forget'

Wyoming Adjutant General speaks on importance of honoring war dead during Memorial Day services.

 

May 29, 2018

Karla Pomeroy

Standing at attention and saluting during the Pledge of Allegiance are Stacy Newby (who sang the national anthem), master of ceremonies American Legion Post 44 Commander Josh Craft, Major General Luke Reiner, Worland Mayor Jim Gill, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso and Washakie County Commissioner Terry Wolf.

WORLAND - Veterans, friends and family gathered at the American Legion Post 44 Memorial Day services at Riverview Memorial Gardens in Worland to honor those who have served their country and who lost their lives during that service.

Remembering the fallen and thanking the families of the fallen was the resounding theme throughout the services, which were opened with a welcome by Washakie County Commissioner Terry Wolf, who noted this was the 150th anniversary of Memorial Day observances.

Worland Mayor Jim Gill noted the commitment of Worland residents to service, both in the military and in...



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