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Much interest shown in new veterans memorial

The Barton County Commission Monday morning heard an update on the engravings project for the Golden Belt Veterans Memorial.
Earlier this year, the county announced that it would need to sale 1,040 lines to go ahead with the next phase of the Veterans’ Memorial– the two-sided stones engraved with the names of local veterans. Since that time, the county has sold engravings to 120 people, using 177 lines, said County Administrator Richard Boeckman who gave an update on the engravings project.
This has brought in just over $7,500.
“We are a long way from 1,040,” Boeckman said ...


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