Remembering 9/11

By: Nick Adam Email
By: Nick Adam Email

On Sunday evening Newscenter 11 at 10 will feature some special segments as we all look back on the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

Throughout the show, you can hear testimonials from area leaders and WTOK staff members, as we all look back on where we were on that day, and how the attacks have affected us.

Also tune in to hear comments from viewers as well. To post your memories of that day and the days that followed, post a comment here on our webchannel, or head over to our facebook page.


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  • by Barbara Sanders Location: Meridian on Sep 12, 2011 at 05:00 AM
    I was an Jacksonville, Florida and working as a music teacher when the twin towers fell. During my planning period I was reviewing an educational channel and thought I was watching a demolition project untill the 2nd plane hit and the news anchor reported that the twin towers are no more. This was a total shock for me and I knew that this had truly happenend when the principal ran to the room and requested that I teach all songs patriotic. During the class, this was going fine and I managed to hold it together untill a student asked the question, "Ms. Sanders are we at war?" Holding back tears of my family and friends were there and could be in harms way, I answered, "Let's hope and pray that we are not."
  • by Peabody Location: Valley Road on Sep 11, 2011 at 12:19 AM
    I hope that the cowards of that day never have their names or pictures shown again. In the future they should only be refered to as 'cowards of 9/11'.
  • by Betty Location: Meridian MS on Sep 10, 2011 at 08:39 PM
    Hi Nick As to where I was when the terrorist attacks, I was working on NAS Meridian. My husband called me and our office started spreading the word and listening to a radio. We had to go thru searches each day for over 2 weeks - one by one. No cars were allowed on base until thoroughly searched; back gate closed. Then it became a random search; but still I got twice on that one. Our work schedules were hectic to say the least. We were all worried working on a military installation. Glad you are doing this. thank you.
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