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July 5, 2014 4:11 PM

Missing Olympia soldier inspires Florida woman’s Fourth of July ritual

Over the years, a number of people have contacted Nicole Ross about her father, whose name has appeared on numerous POW/MIA bracelets. The most recent call came this weekend from Jacksonville, Fla., where a complete stranger honored Ross’ father every Fourth of July for nearly 40 years.

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