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Missouri Town Mourns Loss of Soldier Killed in Iraq

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Missouri Town Mourns Loss of Soldier Killed in Iraq

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Missouri Town Mourns Loss of Soldier Killed in Iraq

Missouri Town Mourns Loss of Soldier Killed in Iraq

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Lindsey James, a 23-year-old Army sergeant, was killed by a roadside bomb last month in Iraq. James was the first Iraq casualty from Urbana, Mo. His death has touched nearly everyone in the small Missouri community.

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