HAMMOND | Two Purple Heart medals and four tours of duty later, a Highland man returned home to a hero's welcome Wednesday following his service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Sgt. Michael Haney's mother, Lori Haney, gets a hug Wednesday from an Indiana Patriot Guard Rider during a welcome-home celebration for her son at family's home in Highland.
Sgt. Michael Haney's family dog waits Wednesday at the window of his home in Highland.
Sgt. Michael Haney gets a hug Wednesday from sister Ashley Haney during a welcome-home celebration at Bone Dry Bar and Grill in Highland. Indiana Patriot Guard Riders treated Sgt. Haney to a beer after escorting him home.
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