Top 5 Veterans News Today: Jan. 05, 2018

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  1. PAS land wanted for new Veterans Memorial. A committee of about 12 community members working on creating a veterans memorial in Pipestone proposed building the memorial on school property south of the Pipestone Area Schools (PAS) middle and high school.
  2. Quincy mayor leads steering committee on veterans home. Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore announced on Tuesday that a steering committee has been formed to promote the Illinois Veterans Home.

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  3. California Boy Honors Veterans at Central Point Cemetery. vets-5mon a 12 year old from california wants to travel the country honoring veterans in every state. newswatch12’s sionan barrett finds out which cemetery he picked in oregon and why he’s set this lofty goal.
  4. Post Falls Police to carry American flags to honor deceased veterans. A movement to honor veterans in Post Falls is gaining momentum. Last week, Post Falls police detectives responded to a home where a veteran died of natural causes.
  5. Residential village for veterans planned north of Covington. Ed Lewis, president of the nonprofit veterans’ advocacy group Ride of the Brotherhood Inc., knows what it’s like to need a helping hand.