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One year after death Alicia DeBolt’s death, family sends message

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One year after the death of Alicia DeBolt, family members are planning to honor the memory of the Great Bend teenager by releasing message-laden balloons.

Sunday marks the anniversary of the night Alicia disappeared, just days before she was scheduled to start her freshman year at Great Bend High School. Her sister, Dawn DeBolt, has posted a message on the Great Bend Tribune’s Facebook page, inviting the public to join in the anniversary commemoration. It says family members are asking everyone to write a message to Alicia on a balloon and release it at 8 tonight. Dawn DeBolt’s ...

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