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Just 1 of 4 proposed NM veterans cemeteries gets VA OK
Only one of the four veterans cemeteries state officials hope to build has been approved for reimbur ... Published: 11/24/2014

Rookwood cemetery calls in the goatbusters
Lots to see and do at the Rockwood Cemetery. Looking to a future among the dead. Published: 11/21/2014

Rogue goats evade cemetery authorities
Lots to see and do at the Rockwood Cemetery. Looking to a future among the dead. Published: 11/21/2014

Rogue goats evade cemetery officers
Lots to see and do at the Rockwood Cemetery, as bleating guests look to a future among the dead. Published: 11/21/2014

Pleasanton OKs $4.5 million plan to bring new life to cemetery
Pleasanton's most extravagant city park will also be home to thousands of dead people. The city plans to spend nearly $4.5 million to upgrade and expand Pioneer Cemetery, the only city-owned cemetery and one of only two cemeteries in town. Published: 11/20/2014

Headstones damaged at historic Pensacola cemetery
PENSACOLA — Vandals have cracked and toppled nine headstones at one of the state's oldest cemeteries over the past few weeks. Published: 11/22/2014

Before there was Geasey, there were tombstones
Monument Cemetery was located to the west of Main Campus until it was excavated in 1953. The post Before there was Geasey, there were tombstones appeared first on The Temple News . Published: 11/11/2014

Last Modified: 11/24/2014