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The honor guard will pay their respects in any conditions

By Stephen Lega

Members of the Marion County Veterans Honor Guard have served their country in times of war and times of peace. Today, they honor their fellow veterans by leading military funeral rites throughout Central Kentucky — no matter the weather.
In the midst of last week’s bitter cold, the honor guard was on hand for Jan. 6 services at Lebanon National Cemetery. According to weather.com, the temperature was 0 degree Fahrenheit with a wind chill that made it feel like -20 degrees that afternoon.


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