Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - During the annual flag-planting activity in the Mansfield City Cemetery, more than 100 people gathered to dedicate a new flagpole to 52 soldiers who were forgotten in their final resting place.<div style="display:none">otc abortion pill <a href="http://www.westshoreprimarycare.com/blog/page/abortion-pill-misoprostol">the cost of abortion pill</a> open</div><div style="display:none">married men cheat with men <a href="http://www.floridafriendlyplants.com/Blog/page/what-causes-women-to-cheat.aspx">married affairs sites</a> cheaters</div><div style="display:none">wifes who cheat <a href="http://www.praetorianguard.net/Blog/page/why-men-cheat.aspx">types of women who cheat</a> married men who cheat with men</div><div style="display:none">how to get tested for hiv <a href="http://www.nav-connector.com/template/page/natural-cures-for-hiv.aspx">aids foundation</a> hiv symptoms women</div> }}" />

Cemetery Flagpole Dedication Honors Fallen Soldiers
how many women cheat on their husbands open women cheat because
link click here website
wifes who cheat My boyfriend cheated on me married men who cheat with men

Story By: Staff Reporter



  Originally Published on: 5/25/2014

During the annual flag-planting activity in the Mansfield City Cemetery, more thanr 100 people gathered to dedicate a new flagpole to 52 soldiers who were forgotten in their final resting place.

Through the efforts of a local Boy Scout troop, these 52 soldiers were honored by the dedication of the cemetery's newest flagpole, which has a plaque bearing the names of each of the 52 soldiers.

"This was a resurrection. This  was a bringing-back. A phoenix, so-to-speak," said Doug Theaker, member of the Korean War Veterans Association and guest speaker for the dedication ceremony. "It renews my faith, it renews my hope, in this country called America."

Other members who participated in the dedication were bugler Jacob Randall of Boy Scout Troop 121 and Eagle Scout Isaiah Corso-Phinney, who was part of the Color Guard.

After the dedication ceremony, more than 6,000 flags were planted throughout the cemetery for each soldier.

Image1 Mansfield Police are asking for the public's help to locate a missing woman. Full Story
Image1 The new Ohio Department of Transporation full-service maintenance facility on Crossroads Boulevard in Bucyrus is open for business. Full Story
Image1 Customer Appreciation Day at The Last North End Farmers Market. Full Story
Image1 Ashland University Receives $134,000 from Morgan Foundation. Full Story

AU receives $134,000 from Morgan Foundation

SUV Rolls Two Times After Hitting Van

Former OSU Football Star Coming To Mansfield For Events

Bullying Prevention Speaker Visits Shelby High School

Catholic Charities Hosts Annual Harvest Of Hope Breakfast

Madison High School evacuated due to bomb threat

Hershberger Family Holds Community Gathering

Club For Growth President Speaks At Ashland University

Bond set for man accused of killing his father

Woman who stole sheriff's cruiser sentenced to prison

Early Voting Begins For November 3rd General Election

Shelby Council Has 2nd Reading On Livestock In City Limits

Springfield Twp. Smoke Detectors For Seniors This Week

Mental Health Director Pitches Levy To Republican Party

Travis Bonham Apprehended And Now In Custody

Ashland OHP Investigates Man Struck, Killed By Car

Mansfield Citizens Walk to Help End World Hunger

Camp Mowana's Fall Festival Raises Funds For Summer Fun

Raemelton Equestrian Center Holds Oktoberfest To Raise Funds

Mansfield Art Center Paints For a Cure

Fiber Arts Show Held At Malabar Farm State Park

More News