Posts tagged "Chris Christensen"

Highlights of Twenty Years of Pet Writing

Highlights of Twenty Years of Pet Writing
Summing up twenty years isn’t easy, as I begin my third decade of writing my Tribune Content Agency newspaper column I have a wealth of memories to recall. I was the first journalist to speak with a search and rescue dog handler at the World Trade Center, within 48 hours after September 11, 2001.  Driving... Read more »

Remembering 9/11 Heroes

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Search and Rescue Dog Interviews from Ground Zero and the Pentagon

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Remembering September 11

I recall 9/11 as it if was yesterday. I happened to be watching The Today Show. I recall seeing the second plane hit. The sinking feeling in my stomach, I can still feel, and tears still come easily. It was clear – America was attacked. It’s something I just never thought I would experience. I... Read more »