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Utah students honor 9/11 victims on 11th anniversary

By Melinda Rogers The Salt Lake Tribune Camille Mortensen’s brother Brady loved Encyclopedia Brown novels and the Choose Your Own Adventure series as a child growing up in the 1980s in Sugar City, Idaho. Brady Howell and his friends enjoyed a good mystery so much that they formed a club, searching their small town for […]

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Sacred Heart High of Kingston benefits from golf tourney honoring 9/11 victim William Hunt

Larry Hunt (left), father of William C. Hunt, and Dan Hunt, brother, at last year's golf tournament benefiting William C. Hunt Scholarship and the Hunt Sports Leadership program. Bill Hunt died in NYC on 9/11

By Paul E. Kandarian Boston Globe REMEMBERING AN HONORABLE MAN: William C. Hunt was a people person, and as a bond broker for EuroBrokers in New York City often took clients to golf. He was articulate and well spoken, said his mother, Diane Hunt, of Kingston.Looks like the young man’s daughter, Emma, has inherited her […]

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N.J. to release 9/11 curriculum to help educators teach about terror

By Jeanette Rundquist The Star Ledger Mary Vazquez was teaching a lesson about communities at Millburn Middle School nearly 10 years ago when another teacher rushed into her classroom with a message to give if students asked: “Two planes went into the World Trade Center. You are safe.” When the 9/11 terror attacks occurred, schools […]

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