Crawford Rogers spent $98 for a sign that he placed in front of his home to welcome home troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Despite being on a fixed income, Rogers said the expense was well worth it in order to show his gratitude and support.
Crawford Rogers spent $98 for a sign that he placed in front of his home to welcome home troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Despite being on a fixed income, Rogers said the expense was well worth it in order to show his gratitude and support.
Crawford Rogers spent $98 for a sign that he placed in front of his home to welcome home troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. Despite being on a fixed income, Rogers said the expense was well worth it in order to show his gratitude and support.

For Newport man, nothing says 'Thanks, troops' like a sign

June 07, 2008 11:31 PM

UPDATED June 07, 2008 11:36 PM

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