Indiana journalism claim-to-fame Ernie Pyle, who wrote his column from field during World War II, was killed in the line of duty.
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A WAR HERO - - Indiana journalism claim-to-fame Ernie Pyle, who wrote his column from field during World War II, was killed during the line-of-duty. His museum in his hometown of Dana, Ind., will close permanently unless it is saved by the community.
It was in June that I wrote about the tiny town of Dana, Ind., just north of Terre Haute.
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