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New War Monument Dedicated in El Dorado
By David Cawton | email@example.com
EL DORADO -- In El Dorado, a new war monument was dedicated today.
The idea came from El Dorado High School student and boy scout Robert Lehew, as a way to fulfill his eagle scout service requirement.
Lehew came up with the idea as a way to remember those who've served in the gulf, afghanistan and iraq wars, from Union County.
Instead of individual names, the monument simply lists the conflicts on one side, with a heartfelt quote on the other.
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