Fallen tree limbs, waist-high weeds and toppled grave markers are a common sight in Highland Cemetery, just north of 20th Street and Blue Ridge Boulevard. The grave marker of World War I veteran William Davis was surrounded by weeds.
Fallen tree limbs, waist-high weeds and toppled grave markers are a common sight in Highland Cemetery, just north of 20th Street and Blue Ridge Boulevard. The grave marker of World War I veteran William Davis was surrounded by weeds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Fallen tree limbs, waist-high weeds and toppled grave markers are a common sight in Highland Cemetery, just north of 20th Street and Blue Ridge Boulevard. The grave marker of World War I veteran William Davis was surrounded by weeds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Highland Cemetery in Jackson County needs more attention

November 27, 2014 09:00 AM

UPDATED November 27, 2014 03:00 PM

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