Memorial Day Ceremony Salutes War Casualties

Close to 300 people attended graveside services Monday in Ketchum hosted by the David Ketchum Post 115 American Legion. Nearly 200 war veterans are buried in the Ketchum Cemetery, the first being a vet of the Civil War buried in 1901. The purpose of Monday’s services was to pay homage to those and all other American war dead. Pictured are the Post 115 color guard and firing squad led by post Commander William Cassell, left, and guest speaker, Air Force Major James Beaty. The services concluded with a fly-by of two F-10 fighter jets stationed with the 190th Fighter Squadron, Idaho Air National Guard. Photo by Willy Cook

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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