National Vietnam War Veterans Day

The National Vietnam War Veterans Day is celebrated on March 29th in the United States. It was made a recognized annual holiday in 2017 when it was signed into law by President Trump. March 29th is the day that the last of the troops were withdrawn in 1973. This is a separate holiday from Veterans Day which is celebrated on November 11, as it marks the end of World War I. Citizens are encouraged to fly the US flag in honor of those who served in the Vietnam War as a way to thank the veterans and all those who…

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Giving

GIVING…Security State Bank Vice President Josh Haven presents a check to Ann Merritt for the Christmas Food Basket Giving Tree Project. Also pictured is Laura

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Honored

HONORED…Upper Washita Conservation District Chairman Tony Tracy presents Deanna LeGrand with a certificate of recognition from the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts for fifteen years

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