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The Herald Journal • 2 years ago

Legionnaire Larry Hyer of Lewiston pauses after placing a flag by the headstone of his father, Ira Hyer, who served in World War I. Each year, Hyer places flags on the grave markers of veterans in the Lewiston Cemetery. (Photo by Cody Gochnour)

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