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Guardsman returns to Carbon County after active duty in Iraq


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Doug Parsons looks at family and friends as he arrives at the junction of U.S. 6 and SR-123 on Sunday. Parsons returned Nov. 12 from a 15-month tour of duty with the 144th Area Support Medical Company of the Utah National Guard in Iraq. Parsons is a soldier, a registered nurse and a member of the Sunnyside City Council. According to his children, the deployment will be the 54-year-old's last tour of duty.



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