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Topic - Zachariah Fike
A World War II service medal belonging to a Nebraska man could be on its way soon to the man's son after it was found along with a number of unrelated medals hidden in a tree in Milton.
A Purple Heart and other military medals belonging to a Kansas soldier killed in World War II were returned to his family during a ceremony Saturday.
A Purple Heart medal awarded to a Kansas soldier killed in World War II is being returned to his family after it was found among his widow's items at a northern New York antique shop.