KIGHT CEMETERY GETS ITS FLAG - Honoring America's Veterans


Calhoun's veterans of foreign wars - VFW Post 5959 of Grantsville - were back to erecting flag poles and flags yesterday, this time at the Kight Cemetery at White Pine.

The Kight Cemetery is located in a remote, wooded area on a hillside, with some of the communities originals buried there, like Hickman, Webster, VanCamp, Ayers, Kelley, Simers, Ferrell and Gainer.

Post members are planning on erecting at least one more flag pole and flag before winter sets in.

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