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Earlier this week, the Great Bend Tribune ran an article on a gentleman from Holland who is a passionate World War II buff. In combing the woods around his home with a metal detector, he found a dog tag belonging to an American G.I. – Jesse Glen Burris.
This guy contacted the Tribune wanting help locating Burris’ family members so he could return the dog tag to its home. Burris survived the war, passing away in 2001.
No sooner had this story hit the Tribune’s website, social media ...


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