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Armistice signed, ending World War I

The headline in the Daily Banner Nov. 11, 1918, screamed: “ARMISTICE SIGNED” and beneath it in smaller type: “Fighting ceases at 6 o‘clock Washington Time, 11 Paris time.”

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Footers poured for pillars at City Hall

The old side pillars at City Hall have been removed and the footers were poured Thursday for the new pillars, reported Jason Epley, assistant to the city engineer, at the mayor’s weekly press briefing Friday.

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Chuck Martin/News A pair of reindeer from Bella Noel of Bellville greet people at the Utica Christmas Walk Wednesday evening.

Christmas joy arrives in Utica

On a crisp, but clear, Wednesday evening, families flocked to the Utica Christmas Walk, signing up for special raffles, sampling Christmas treats and shopping at local stores.

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End near for Central Powers

As October ended and November began, the position of the Central Powers was crumbling. As mentioned earlier, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire gave up and agreed to armistices that amounted to surrenders.

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