Category Archives: 9/11 Memorials

Feds Called out in Fracas over 9/11 Memorial Land

Flight 93 walkway

By Erin Mcauley Courthouse News Service The National Park Service must resolve claims that it still owes money for Pennsylvania land purchased to build the Flight 93 National Memorial, a federal judge ruled. Construction of the project, located at the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 in Stonycreek, Pa., remains ongoing, but a memorial […]

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An Inscription Taken out of Poetic Context and Placed on a 9/11 Memorial


By David W. Dunlap New York Times Who are “you”? When the National September 11 Memorial Museum opens next month at the World Trade Center, visitors will find a stark wall separating them from a repository containing about 8,000 unidentified human remains from the 2001 terrorist attack. On the wall is a 60-foot-long inscription, in […]

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Father honors late son with gift to Final Four city

A student uses the newly refurbished Exline Recreation Center in South Dallas. Photo: WFAA

By Lindsay Deutsch USA Today Victor Ugolyn who lost his son on September 11, 2001, helps others in his memory. Ugolyn teams up with the NCAA to donate a special gift to the Men’s Final Four host city. “I just love playing the game.” That was Tyler Ugolyn’s favorite phrase, one he used while playing […]

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