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NU's Tunnel Walk for the 2001 game against Rice was changed for the first time. Instead of players and coaches running on the field, the ritua…

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Fans in the east stands at Memorial Stadium use cards to flash USA during the pregame show prior to Nebraska hosting Rice on Sept. 20, 2001. T…

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UPPER and LOWER VALLEY — Patriotic volunteers, organizations and businesses in every valley community created special moments of honor for the valley’s veterans throughout the 2019 Veterans’ Day week and weekend. From Sunnyside to Outlook, Grandview and Prosser, flags and patriotism were high.

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GRANDVIEW — Patriotic revelers gathered at 9 a.m. downtown across the street from Grandview City Hall and the Police station to commence the July 4 holiday during the 42nd annual Flag Raising Ceremony at Stokely Square.

When Sunnyside’s Oliver Hernandez enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1987, he had no way of knowing that his time in the military would be marked by a resurgence of patriotism that hadn’t been exhibited by Americans since World War II.

“How about a television ad,” Steve said during the manure-and-worm free lunch focus group, “that shows a cartoon of a worm with a happy smile on his face? You know, you can have him munching on manure, and then producing ….”

GRANDVIEW - Students who attend the Washington State Migrant Council Alice Grant Learning Center in Grandview weren't born when the tragedies of Sept. 11, 2001 took place.