Local residents reflect on their 9/11 reactions
The events of Sept. 11, 2001 have been indelibly etched into the memories of those who experienced the attacks first hand or watched them unfold on television.
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Sept. 11, 2001 is a day that will live in infamy forever, a day that many Americans remember as one of the most terrifying and horrific they have ever experienced.
But, after that tragic day, individuals and groups throughout the country have come together to memorialize those who lost their lives, support our armed forces and focus on strengthening the bonds that tie our communities together.
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