Stories tagged with: Anniversary of September 11th

September 3, 2013 - 6:09pm
47 weeks 3 days ago

Next Wednesday, September 11th, will mark the 12th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack America has ever seen.

Following the incidents in 2001, people across the nation began to pray together. This in turn started an organization dedicated to remembering the lives lost from the terrorist attacks.

"Cry Out America, it's actually stemmed from our first terrorist attack in 2001, because millions of people all across the nation began praying, because it was such a...

September 11, 2012 - 6:14pm
1 year 46 weeks ago

Eleven years later, residents of southeast Ohio still remember vividly the day of September 11, 2001.

We spoke to shoppers at Riesbeck's Pick N' Save on Howard Street, as they recollected what they were doing when they learned the news of the attack on the World Trade Center.

"I was absolutely terrified, just watching the towers fall, and realizing that we just lost a whole lot of people," said Nicole Shaffer of Caldwell, Ohio.

"I had been in town, got some...

September 11, 2012 - 5:48pm
1 year 46 weeks ago

Since September 11th, law enforcement officials have been learning about the ways suspected terrorists and criminals hide bombs and weapons.

Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz said officers have learned new methods of search and are always on the lookout for suspicious activity. Although Lutz said every situation is different, officers have to be prepared for anything.

"I think those things change with different officers and they change with different events and venues,...

September 6, 2012 - 11:06am
1 year 47 weeks ago

As the 11th Anniversary of September 11th nears there's a way for you to remember that day.

The organization "Cry out America" is hosting a service September 9, that will bring together different pastors, speakers, musicians and emergency personnel.

"The main purpose of getting together is to remember 9/11 and that we face that horrible crisis," said Muskingum County Event Coordinator Amy Moore. "It's kind of a prayer gathering for the nation and also...

September 10, 2011 - 3:44pm
2 years 46 weeks ago

This Sunday will mark a decade since the September 11th attacks, and while remembering the heros and their stories plays a crucial role in the understanding of the attacks, it appears some may be beginning to forget.

About a mile of Clayspike in Zanesville is proudly decorated with the red, white and blue American Flags. It's Fuller's Fairway Assistant Store Manager Dan Jewell who displays the flags each American Holiday. But in these approaching days of the 9/11 anniversary...

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