Celebrations were held on Saturday in the hometown of an American soldier freed by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Yellow balloons and messages of support were placed outside Zaney's River Street Coffee House, where Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl worked before deployment.
Stephanie O'Neill, a Hailey resident said that the parents Jani and Bob Bergdahl "never once lost hope that their son would make it home".
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