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President Bush visits injured Tri-State soldier

President George W. Bush visited a number of soldiers today at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, including Sgt. Ralph Steward of Hillsboro.

The president was in the hospital to get an MRI scan on his left shoulder, which has been giving him pain.  While there, he presented Purple Hearts to seven wounded soldiers.

Steward's mother Jennifer and his 8-year-old son Matthew were there when the President visited.

Click here for a recent article on Sergeant Steward in the Hillsboro Times Gazette.

 

 

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