- Associated Press - Friday, February 20, 2015

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The remains of a U.S. Army soldier from Arkansas who disappeared during the Korean War have been returned to the state after more than 64 years.

The remains of Cpl. C.G. Bolden of Clinton arrived by plane Thursday in Little Rock.

Bolden disappeared in January 1951. His remains were among those in more than 200 boxes of remains returned to the United States by North Korea during the 1990s and were identified in December.

Funeral services for Bolden are scheduled for Saturday morning in Clinton at Roller McNutt Funeral Home.

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