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The Spring Valley VFW donated a new American flag, a POW flag and a Minnesota State flag to Kingsland High School on Friday. The flags will be hung in the Kingsland gymnasium. Shown are VFW representative Dale Wondrasch, center, with Kingsland director of buildings and grounds John Dols, left, and custodian Gary Zwart. PAULA VAGTS/ SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
The Wykoff Area Veterans Memorial will be a prominent Wykoff feature in its future home, located on the corner of Gold Street and East Front Street. Wykoff native and Korean War veteran Jerry Rollie, far left, stands with committee members, from left, Mike Holzer, Harvey Schmidt and LuAnn Hare at the site. PAULA VAGTS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
The Wykoff Area Veterans Memorial will be a prominent Wykoff feature in its future home, located on the corner of Gold Street and East Front Street. Wykoff native and Korean War veteran Jerry Rollie, far left, stands with committee members, from left, Mike Holzer, Harvey Schmidt and LuAnn Hare at the site. PAULA VAGTS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 10:36 AM

The Wykoff Area Veterans Memorial all began with the Wykoff Mystery — the disappearance of the Wykoff Honor Roll, which was once the city’s memorial to local veterans.  The wooden structure disappeared a number of years ago, leaving only one known picture behind.

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