Remembering 9/11

Local memories

Residents reflect on how the attacks affected their lives.

9/11 Memories

Floyd Rasmussen remembers September 11, 2001, the day he lost his wife Rhonda in the attack on the Pentagon.

Remembering 9/11 - Community reflections on ten years

The Clark County community shares its memories of the September 11th attacks and the changing world ten years later.

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People with local ties give first-hand accounts of attacks

Pentagon employees Floyd and Rhonda Rasmussen talked about skipping work in the morning, but she had an important briefing scheduled. So they went to work, where Rhonda’s office wound up right in the path of a hijacked airliner.

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B.G. Episcopal priest was seminary student in N.Y. on 9/11

BATTLE GROUND — On his first day as a seminary student, Jeremy Lucas wrestled with God in a way he never expected. “I was struck with such a desire for revenge, I was even surprised at myself,” said the Episcopal priest. “I just wanted somebody to pay.”

A walk to ground zero

Local priest Jeremy Lucas talks about his experience as a seminary student in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001.

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