Emory’s legacy: love of family, community
by Bill Baldowski
06:11 PM, Wednesday, April 16
Herb Emory’s love for Douglas County was only surpassed by his love of family, needy children and the welfare of animals, some local public officials said Monday. Emory died Saturday of a heart attack at the scene of a wreck he had come upon on So...

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