Never forget Sept. 11 |

Never forget Sept. 11

One year ago, on Sept. 11, 2001, America was struck by terrorists when they blew up our twin towers. This was a moment in history I don’t think we will ever forget. It is a memory we will pass on to our children, to remind them how things can happen so randomly, and you never know what to expect. We all got through this year together, and now we need to remember the victims of Sept. 11 and respect and honor the heroes, while we start a one-year journey to the next anniversary of this special day in the history of our nation.

Kristen Toal

Nevada City

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