'Oprah' To Feature Corey Briest's Story
January 26, 2011, 7:03 AM
A former South Dakota Army National Guardsman Sergeant and his wife will be featured guests on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" on Thursday.
Sergeant Corey Briest and his wife, Jenny, of Yankton, will tell their story of how he was seriously hurt by a roadside bomb in Baghdad in December 2005 and talk about his recovery process.
The show, titled "The Bravest Families In America", will pay tribute to military members and their families. You can catch the Briests appearance on Oprah on KELOLAND-TV at 4 o'clock central time Thursday afternoon.
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