2 brothers reunite in ND after 80 years

Brothers Kenneth Corcoran and Edward Muir, ages 82 and 84, hadn't seen each other in eight decades. But with a little detective work, their families made possible the reunion of a lifetime in North Dakota. They've discovered a lot of similarities and at least one difference (politics). But they still have a lot of catching up to do.
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Brothers Kenneth Corcoran and Edward Muir, ages 82 and 84, hadn't seen each other in eight decades. But with a little detective work, their families made possible the reunion of a lifetime in North Dakota. They've discovered a lot of similarities and at least one difference (politics). But they still have a lot of catching up to do.

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