By MARCIE SCHELLHAMMER
About a century ago, Ludlow area native James L. Uber went to war.
Like too many of his fellow countrymen, he never came home. He is thought to have been killed in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive on Oct. 8, 1918, in France, during World War I. His dog tag was found by a French boy, and given to an American contingent from the Sgt. Alvin C. York Historical Park in Tennessee when they were in France for the World War I Centennial events in 2018...