An emotional ceremony to honor Minnesota’s fallen officers and their loved ones was held in St. Paul Saturday night. Family members of officers killed in the line of duty gathered at the Peace Officers Memorial near the State Capitol for the Blue Light Ceremony. They each carried a blue-tipped white rose, a symbol of loss and sacrifice. They are parents, wives, children and loved ones who come to honor the ones they lost too soon.
The annual Project Blue Light ceremony will be held Saturday evening in St Paul and will honor Minnesota’s fallen law enforcement officers.
Nearly 78 years after being killed on duty, Special Deputy C. Arthur Lyman will receive national attention for making the ultimate sacrifice.
Minnesota marks a day Sunday to honor law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, including two who gave their lives in 2010.