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Vet finds brother’s grave at Arlington

May 6, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

WASHINGTON World War II veteran John Arsers was a man on a mission when the buses pulled up alongside the Memorial Amphitheater at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Friday afternoon, April 29, in Arlington National Cemetery.
The New Ulm man had a hand-drawn map and a grave number marking the spot in Section 48 where his older brother and fellow World War II veteran, William Arsers, was buried nearly five years ago. Continue Reading

Letters to the Editor

November 12, 2010 in The Daily Republic

In S.D., all one needs is to be Republican
To the Editor:
I know you won’t put this in your paper since you helped so much to condemn the Obama presidency. But I want you to know how depressed I am about the attitude politically here in South Dakota. Continue Reading

Sharing their stories

October 17, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe

WW II veterans view documentary of inaugural Honor Flight
SW Minnesota
LUVERNE Fantastic, real good, great and awesome.
Those were the words of World War II veterans reacting to the special presentation of the Pioneer Public Television documentary on the inaugural Honor Flight Southwest Minnesota Saturday morning at the Historic Palace Theatre in Luverne. Continue Reading

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