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Family and friends gathered at Manzanita Elementary School in Merlin to remember 8-year-old Thomas Williams, who lost his life last Sunday in a tragic shooting inside a Grants Pass home.

By Zoe Morgan of The Daily Courier

MERLIN — More than 400 people gathered for a candlelight vigil at Manzanita Elementary School on Friday night to honor the life of the 8-year-old boy killed in a murder-suicide last Sunday.

Family and friends came together to remember Thomas Williams, with words from his principal, a slide show of photos and video of Thomas, and an extended moment of silence. Read More »

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