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Sgt. Workman Funeral Friday

33 year old Army Sergeant Chris Workman will be laid to rest in his home town of Rupert today.  A public funeral for Workman was held yesterday in Eagle.  Workman and three other soldiers died when their helicopter crashed on a humanitarian mission in Afghanistan in April.  Workman was a Minico High School graduate. 

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Sgt. Workman To Be Buried In Rupert Friday

The body of an Idaho soldier returned home Monday. Sgt. Chris Workman, whose family lives in Rupert, died in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. Workman's body was transferred to his family during a private honorable transfer ceremony at Boise's Gowen Field Monday afternoon.  

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The Body Of Army Sgt. Chris Workman Returns To Idaho Today

Another fallen Idaho soldier will return home today.  33 year old Army Sgt. Chris Workman was killed earlier this month when the Black Hawk helicopter it was in crashed in Afghanistan.  His body will

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Army Confirms Crash That Killed Rupert Soldier

(AP) - The military has now confirmed that four soldiers killed when a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last week were based in Hawaii. The Army airmen were: Chief Warrant Officer 2 Nicholas Johnson of San Diego, Calif., Chief Warrant Officer 2 Don Viray of   Hawaii, Sgt.

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Rupert Soldier Dies In Afghanistan

The family of a U.S. Army soldier from Rupert received news Friday that their son had been killed when their helicopter crashed in Afghanistan.  Minico High School graduate, 33 year old Chris Workman, died in that crash as they were evacuating wounded from a suicide bo

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