Members of the Color Guard from Meeker VFW Post 5843 presented a Memorial Day salute to the soldiers who lost their lives in service to America. About 30 people watched as the Color Guard marched out onto the bridge over the White River, where retired U.S. Naval officer and Meeker attorney Frank Cooley, far right, said a prayer for past troops.
RBC I When the flag is displayed from a staff projecting from a window, balcony or building, the union should be at the peak of the staff unless the flag is at half staff.
Local World War II veterans Warren Hickerson, Frank Cooley, Ernie Garcia, Dick Moyer and Joe Sullivan, along with Ethel Starbuck, visit together
Dear Editor: Memorial Day has come to signify the start of summer for many Americans and is often celebrated with cookouts, family get-togethers, road races and concerts. But the real meaning of Memorial Day has, […]