Raette Belcher

As Utahns mark the 13th anniversary of the attack of 9/11, there will be a wreath-laying ceremony for the first time, centered on a chunk of the World Trade Center, which traveled across the country last year and found a home at Fort Douglas. Rick Brough has more.

The wreath-laying ceremony will take place at Fort Douglas, 32 Potter Street on the University of Utah campus, at 9:30 AM Thursday, September 11

A 9,000-pound concrete slab - an artifact of 9/11 - arrived in Utah last week, and is going through a 20-city tour of the state before it settles at a permanent home at the Fort Douglas Military Museum.

But its visit to Park City this Saturday is special, since a local businesswoman played a major role in acquiring the slab for Utah. Rick Brough has more.

Saturday, Sept. 28 – Park City, 11am-4pm; Program 1pm at Lower Main St.

A piece of U.S. history, from the cataclysm of 9-11, could be coming to Utah. Organizers are asking for financial help with the effort. Rick Brough has more.