Top 5 Veterans News: April 7th, 2018

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  1. Veteran’s remains return home after 50 years. A Goldsboro native and Air Force navigator is getting a hero’s welcome as his remains returned from Vietnam Thursday.
  2. Dedication for Revolutionary War veteran planned for April 21. When Revolutionary War veteran Matthew Davis passed away Sept. 24, 1780, at the relatively young age of 35, he was laid to rest in the Newton cemetery.
  3. Veteran’s powerful message for thief who stole, dragged American flag. A Chester veteran is asking the CBS 6 Problem Solvers for help spreading the word after he said someone stole his beloved American flag and then dragged Old Glory on the ground.
  4. New Michigan law loosens veteran clubs’ liquor restrictions. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to allow veterans affiliated with a private club or fraternal organization to drink alcohol at more places than just their own group’s club.
  5. Four decades later, Salinas veteran awarded medal for service in Vietnam. A Vietnam-era veteran was recognized for his service Wednesday in Salinas by Congressman Jimmy Panetta.

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