Honoring those who have fallen


Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise Bill Vanover and Bill Lisinbee members of the Harlan Honor Guard worked with others Tuesday to place miniature American flags across the lawn of the courthouse. A total of 405 flags were planted in tribute to those Harlan County service men who have died on foreign soil since the Spanish American War.


Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise

Bill Vanover and Bill Lisinbee members of the Harlan Honor Guard worked with others Tuesday to place miniature American flags across the lawn of the courthouse. A total of 405 flags were planted in tribute to those Harlan County service men who have died on foreign soil since the Spanish American War.

Chris Jones|Daily Enterprise Bill Vanover and Bill Lisinbee members of the Harlan Honor Guard worked with others Tuesday to place miniature American flags across the lawn of the courthouse. A total of 405 flags were planted in tribute to those Harlan County service men who have died on foreign soil since the Spanish American War.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Vet-day-prep.jpgChris Jones|Daily Enterprise Bill Vanover and Bill Lisinbee members of the Harlan Honor Guard worked with others Tuesday to place miniature American flags across the lawn of the courthouse. A total of 405 flags were planted in tribute to those Harlan County service men who have died on foreign soil since the Spanish American War.
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