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Moving wall message: `This is the cost of war’
An estimated 6,500 people – some from as far away as New York and North Carolina – visited the Vietnam Moving Wall while it was in the Village of Elmore for five days, said Ron Distel, the man who was a key organizer behind the visit.
“It was three years of toil that was worth its weight in gold,” he said last week.
Researchers have found no bighead or silver Asian carp in western Lake Erie after a week of electro-fishing and gill netting in Sandusky and Maumee bays and their main tributaries.
The natural resource departments in Ohio and Michigan and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, however, will continue to assess the status of the fish in the bays and tributaries, the agencies said.
“From those on the Wall,” presented by Vietnam Veteran Dave Meyer,
Aug. 11, 2012 at 7 p.m. in Elmore at the Moving Wall Remembrance
Now, every day and night, my Brothers and my Sisters wait to see the many people from places afar file in front of this wall.
After only a year on Genoa Village Council, Brian Best has resigned his seat.
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