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Eye On America (2001: The Year We Changed) Part I #652468

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 24, 2001
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The start of a series on how we changed this year introduced.

(Ponca City, OK: Bob McNamara) Changes in small town America since September 11 featured; scenes shown from Ponca City, OK. [World War II veteran Marvin RIDER - talks about the flag-waving everyday.] [Oklahoma National Guard sergeant Jerry HALL, police Department Chad CUNNINGHAM - talk about security.] [Travel agent Sherri DAVIS - says there is no quick fix.] [Ponca City fire department Captain Skip JUMP - says visiting Ground Zero was a humbling experience.] [High school student Brian HARRISON - says something is missing.]

McNamara, Bob;
Mitchell, Russ

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