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Nation, county remember U.S. leader lost

November 22, 2013

WHITLEY COUNTY — Residents across the county and the U.S. will pause and remember the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Today marks 50 years since the tragedy and Peabody Public Library, Columbia City, asked Whitley County residents to share what they remember most about that fateful day.

“I was in sixth grade, getting ready to wash blackboards. The principal came on the loudspeaker with the news that President Kennedy had been assassinated. Everyone in my class cried, even the boys.” — Charlene McDevitt

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