Benton County Sheriff Steve Keane sits with his wife, Diane, recently at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center receiving his seventh chemotherapy treatment for stage 3 prostate cancer. The 53-year-old was diagnosed with cancer on Aug.6, after a colonoscopy, and had surgery to remove part of his colon on Aug. 21.
Benton County Sheriff Steve Keane sits with his wife, Diane, recently at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center receiving his seventh chemotherapy treatment for stage 3 prostate cancer. The 53-year-old was diagnosed with cancer on Aug.6, after a colonoscopy, and had surgery to remove part of his colon on Aug. 21. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Benton County Sheriff Steve Keane sits with his wife, Diane, recently at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center receiving his seventh chemotherapy treatment for stage 3 prostate cancer. The 53-year-old was diagnosed with cancer on Aug.6, after a colonoscopy, and had surgery to remove part of his colon on Aug. 21. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Benton County sheriff battles ultimate foe: cancer

December 25, 2015 07:07 PM

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