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Officials reflect on 2013 in Newtown

Governor Dannel Malloy has directed flags to fly at half staff today in honor of those killed killed one year ago.  He has asked houses of worship to ring their bells 26 times at 9:30 this morning as a way of honoring the lives lost.  Malloy is also encouraging people to perform acts of kindness today.


First Selectman Pat Llodra says she will be out in the community today at church, shopping and having meals there.  She said it's important to see people enjoying Sandy Hook.


Over the past year, work settled into more familiar routines for officials such as Newtown Police Chief Michael Kehoe, who worked seven days a week for months as his department helped watch over a town on edge.  Kehoe says their responsibilities now are to be resilient, to heal and recover.


Kehoe says there will be an increased police presence in town today.


Kehoe says his officers are still recovering, those who responded to the shooting were shattered by what they saw.  Kehoe says there's not a lot of answers to "why", but you have to work through that to understand that officers did the best that you could.

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