LAYTON -- The search for real-life heroes continues here.
To date the city has received only two applications for its annual Hometown Heroes recognition, to be held in conjunction with the city's Fourth of July celebration, parks and recreation officials said.
The city is looking for military veterans who served during the Korean War, which covered the time period from 1950 to 1953.
The city each year pays tribute to a segment of its armed services veterans at its July 1 Voices of Liberty concert held in the Ed Kenley Centennial Amphitheater, and by having them ride on the city float in the July 4th parade, officials said.
The application deadline for Hometown Heroes is June 22. Applications are available at First National Bank, 12 S. Main St., and the parks and recreation office, 465 N. Wasatch Drive.
Call 801-336-3900 for information.