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WEATHER

A 30% chance of showers in the late afternoon and evening. Warm

and muggy, with a high of 88. Rain could stick around through

Saturday.

The morning after Sept. 11, 2001, Americans woke up a changed

people. Our shared goals and our values as a nation were profoundly

and inalterably changed in the fires of that terrible day. Like most

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Americans, Glendalians responded by leaping into action: giving

money, donating blood and organizing fund-raisers for the victims. We

rallied behind Old Glory as our soldiers marched off to war.

On the anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history,

the News-Press will take a look at how Glendale has changed since

Sept. 11. We will revisit some of the local heroes of that day, and

examine the many ways our community was fundamentally altered by the

terrorist attacks.

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We hope that these brief snapshots of Glendale after Sept. 11

reveal to all what has become clear to us: that the cowardly attacks

that were meant to destroy us united us as a people and made us

stronger than ever.


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