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Community, veterans observe Veterans Day at Chief Tecopa cemetery

Horace Langford Jr. / Pahrump Valley Times

Pahrump Valley High JROTC Commander Patrick Nary provides opening remarks during the community’s Veterans Day ceremony at the veterans’ section of Chief Tecopa Cemetery last Friday. Upward of 200 people attended the program, which featured a dog tag and wreath-laying ceremony.

Horace Langford Jr. / Pahrump Valley Times – Veteran’s Day services at the Chief Tecopa Veterans Memorial Park.

By Selwyn Harris

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