John Meyer Lantern Staff “Any nation that does not honor its heroes will not long endure,” President Kim Krull said during the Veteran’s Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 11. During Krull’s speech, an honorary speaker at the event, she highlighted the number of Americans who are on active duty and are also among the National… Continue reading College event features two veterans: McNeil, Kline speak of their service
Butler Lantern “Since 1776, no single generation of Americans has been spared the responsibility of defending and protecting our fundamental freedoms,” Kim Krull, the president of Butler, said, welcoming those in attendance to today’s Veteran’s Day Ceremony. “More than 48 million Americans have proudly worn our country’s uniform and served in the armed forces. And more… Continue reading Deputy police chief honors veterans: Clayton offers ways the public can help
Emmie Boese Business Editor Many Butler employees have dedicated themselves to the military for over 20 years. One name that comes to mind is Gregory Cole. Cole, from Baltimore, Maryland, has worked at Butler for eight years. He teaches the BETA and the culinary arts program at Butler. Cole served in the military for 25… Continue reading Employees serve students, country
On Saturday, Nov. 10, El Dorado veterans, community members and local high schools celebrates Veterans Day by celebrating the Celebration of Freedom Parade. The parade participants started setting up at Gordy Park around 11 a.m. and traveled throughout downtown.