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Doug Beard: TU for lowered flags today - hopes others follow

By Doug Beard

On my drive around Columbia this morning, I noticed that several American flags have already been lowered to half staff to remember those who lost their lives this past weekend in Las Vegas. There are still several flags in very prominent positions that have not been lowered as of this morning. As we continue to remember those who have lost their lives, I hope folks will remember to pay tribute to the fallen by taking corrective action this morning. Thanks, --Doug Beard

This story was posted on 2017-10-03 07:15:54
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