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SD Published: 4/28/2016
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Governor Requests Flags At Half-Staff To Honor Terry Redlin

MO Published: 4/19/2016
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By order of the Governor, all flags of the United States and the flag of Missouri at all State and government offices, in Cole County only, will be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on April 20, 2016 as a mark of respect for Senator Carl M. Vogel.

AR Published: 4/16/2016
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U.S. and Arkansas Flags at Half-Staff in Memory of Ray Thornton

VT Published: 4/12/2016
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Gov. Shumlin Orders Flags to Half-Staff to Honor former Chief Justice Fred Allen

MI Published: 4/11/2016
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Gov. Rick Snyder lowers flags in honor of former Michigan Senator Edgar J. Fredricks

MO Published: 4/11/2016
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By order of the Governor, all flags at all State government offices will be flown at half-staff, in Franklin and Gasconade counties only on April 12, 2016, from sunrise to sunset in honor of Missouri Department of Transportation employee, Lyndon D. Ebker who lost his life in the line of duty.

SD Published: 4/7/2016
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Former Congressman Denholm Passes Away, Gov. Daugaard Requests Flags At Half-Staff

MI Published: 3/29/2016
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Gov. Rick Snyder lowers flags in honor of former House Speaker Curtis Hertel Sr.

MO Published: 3/29/2016
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By order of the Governor, the flag of the United States and the flag of Missouri shall be flown at half-staff at all government buildings in Laclede County, Missouri, on March 30, 2016, from sunrise to sunset as a mark of respect for the death of Senator John T. Russell.

AK Published: 3/25/2016
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Flags Lowered for 1964 Earthquake Victims