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April 2, 2013

Remembering a loss

— Staff photo by Cathy Spaulding

Registered nurse Valerie Heaton, left, and Shelly Edgmon, administrator at Three Rivers Surgery Center, prepare to release  balloons Monday in memory of Paula Young, a registered nurse at the center who was killed one year ago. Young’s family, friends and co-workers released 365 balloons. Young, 45, was found dead April 1, 2012, at a house in Warner, the victim of a murder-suicide.

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