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County board seeks someone to maintain memorial
LAWRENCEVILLE - Approximately a quarter-century ago, an organization known as the Lawrenceville Merchants Association erected a temporary sign on the south lawn at the Lawrence County Courthouse, as a monument to nearly 90 brave Lawrence Countians who had served in Desert Storm.

Search is on for photos of more than 500 Illinois servicemen
LAWRENCEVILLE - While consideration of a "wall" at America's border is being discussed among those who serve the country in a political position, a wall that was built by the sacrifices of those military servicemen and women who had served in the Vietnam War has been built and is still growing. The national memorial wall was established in Arlington, Virginia by the VVMF (the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund), a nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress in 1980 to build a national memorial dedicated to all who served with the U.S. armed forces in the Vietnam War. The result has become one of the most visited memorials in Washington, D.C., with an estimated 5.6 million annual visitors.
Rose Marie Steed, 83
William H. Smith, 77
Shirley Ann Wedwick, 81
Juanita June Tewell, 84


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