Local stories from the heated lines of the 9/11 attacks

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.  —  Sarah Cooke blinked twice to shake off the glare of the klieg lights, and when she looked back down, it was still there. Something shiny. Well, that one little notch, anyway.

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