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Fallen hero

Mechanicville mourns fallen Marine

Rifleman killed in Afghanistan

A yellow ribbon is tied to the porch of 14 Grove Street, the home of Mary Denier Morgan, whose son, Anthony, was killed in Afghanistan.
A yellow ribbon is tied to the porch of 14 Grove Street, the home of Mary Denier Morgan, whose son, Anthony, was killed in Afghanistan.
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Flags on all Mechanicville government and school buildings were flying at half-staff Tuesday in honor of Lance Cpl. Anthony J. Denier, a city resident killed in Afghanistan on Sunday. “They will stay that way until after the funeral,” said Mayor Anthony J. Sylvester. The 26-year-old Marine is the first city resident to be killed in Iraq or Afghanistan, Sylvester said. Denier, who had been in Afghanistan only since late October, was hit in the neck ...

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