Saturday morning, Veterans gathered from around the area, including two who landed on the beaches of Normandy seventy years ago. Hundreds lined the parade route with flags in hand as the Veterans passed by.
MCPR was created in 2008 after Jamie left a newspaper that conflicted with her ethics. Initially, it was blog style website where Jamie wrote stories and posted them with photos. Scott provided video, and as the blog grew in popularity, businesses began to inquire about advertising. The blog soon transitioned to a news website, and then to a print newspaper, which was sold in over 100 stores, and through subscription for several years.
Scott Engle and Jamie Nash are Montgomery County residents and veteran law enforcement / breaking news reporters, who met covering a law enforcement story and have covered multiple counties, with Scott as a television videographer for multiple local stations and national networks, and Jamie as newspaper / magazine / online reporter.
Thank you very much for posting this!
I was the one running around crazy in front of you. As a parade committee member, we don’t get to watch the parade or really stop and say thank you to these men and women. I even completely missed the fly-over. So, your video is all I got to watch and you have brought tears to my eyes.
Please join our Facebook group. We will be doing this parade every year and we want to extend that invitation to you now.
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