In past winters, Riddle resident Robert Williams trekked through mud to visit his daughter’s burial site at the Roseburg National Cemetery. “When you come out here in the winter, you better have four-wheel drive,” the 64-year-old said. The Navy veteran shouldn’t have difficulty next winter. Veterans on Friday afternoon celebrated the pending paving of the lot with a groundbreaking ceremony. “We’ve been looking forward to this for a real long time,” Williams said. He was among 40 veterans, city leaders and community members who gathered in the dirt parking lot between the cemetery and Fir Grove Park to witness shovels …
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