Monthly Archives: August 2013

Flight 93 Advisory Commission about to disband

Associated Press SOMERSET, Pa. — The Flight 93 Advisory Commission is disbanding nearly 11 years after it was created to help develop a national memorial at the site where a hijacked plane crashed in southwestern Pennsylvania during the September 11 attacks. The 15-member group, appointed by the secretary of the Interior, was commissioned by Congress […]

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Firefighter goes where he’s needed – from the WTC to Lolo

By Sally Mauk Ravalli Republic Firefighter goes where he’s needed – from the WTC to Lolo Elite firefighters lead a nomadic life during fire season, being deployed wherever they’re needed. One of the upsides of reporting on major forest fires is you get to meet people from all over the country. Let me tell you […]

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Hunting crucial in 9/11 hero’s (Will Jimeno) path to survival

DJournal.com Will Jimeno looked up into the broken rubble that had been a skyscraper moments before. Pinned beneath tons of concrete and steel too numerous to count, he thought of his wife and unborn child, thought of the people he’d tried to save, thought that was how it would end. But it didn’t, and memories […]

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