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Lawmakers returned to the State Capitol on Friday for a special session.
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Charles Gilbert Kapsner in the Committal Hall of the Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery, where his finished murals hang.
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Frank Glick took this photo of an eagle on a gravestone at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

Memorial Day look back: This eagle photo touched our hearts

Our readers are finding this photo at Fort Snelling National Cemetery worth sharing again, eight years after columnist Jon Tevlin wrote about it.