Posts Tagged “Vietnam War”

“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy

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“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy

“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy The murder of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963 put a dark cloud over every Thanksgiving celebration since, especially given the failure of the government to convincingly resolve the mystery of who was behind the assassination and the accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Many political…

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Bridgeview rededicates Muehe Park

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Bridgeview rededicates Muehe Park Resident made “ultimate sacrifice” in Vietnam in ’69 By Steve Metsch John Rigo never met Mark Muehe, but they have the Vietnam War in common. Both served there in the Army. And the heart of Rigo, a Vietnam veteran who survived, goes out to the family of Muehe, a veteran who…

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Bridgeview to rededicate park

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Bridgeview to rededicate park “He was my hero” veteran’s brother says By Steve Metsch When Muehe Park is rededicated today, Gary Muehe will be thinking a lot about his late older brother Mark. “He was my hero. He was four years older than me and I looked up to him,” Gary said in the backyard…

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