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July 6, 2014 7:01 PM

For parents of missing children, years pass but hope persists

It’s no longer Tammy Mack’s daily routine to spend her first waking hours trying to find her missing daughter. She did that for several years. But it’s been a decade now since Ashley Renee Martinez disappeared at age 15 from a public pool in St. Joseph. Still, Mack hasn’t given up hope that someday she will find out what happened.

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