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Hometown Holds Vigil for Armstrong

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More than 100 townspeople gather for an emotional prayer vigil in Hillsdale, Mich., in memory of Eugene Armstrong. Armstrong was kidnapped and beheaded in Iraq. He grew up in the town of 8,200, in south-central Michigan. Kaomi Goetz of Michigan Radio reports.

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