By Sarah Snyder
BIG SPRING - Mount Olive Cemetery is divided into 5 sections, one of which is owned by the County.
Those plots are designated for indigent care. The space and a casket are provided for the deceased if the family can't afford the burial expenses.
In this section, we did find several veteran tombstones.
Some residents say the veterans' plots should be a priority.
"When we came across these and the tombstones are half buried and it's our servicemen, and they're oversees fighting for our freedom, it's not right," Tammy Rogers, Big Spring Resident, said. "We need to step up and take care of them, because they took care of us."