Kind Strangers Carry Little Boy And His Wheelchair Through The Snow

Strangers spy boy’s mother struggling and step up to help A young mother trying to get her son home from school in his wheelchair was overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers. Shannon Ranger shared on Facebook that when she set out to get her six-year-old son home from school Friday she didn’t realize just how bad the weather and snow was in her hometown of Edmonton, Canada. The snow was thicker and wetter than she was planning on. She and

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Pediatric Neurosurgeon Operates on Teddy Bear To Fulfill Unusual Request 

Teddy Bear Undergoes Surgery To Comfort His Little Boy A teddy bear named “Little Baby” and his 8-year-old pal, Jackson McKie are pretty much inseparable.   This would be important for just about any kid, but Jackson is a kid who can use some extra comforting.  He has a condition called hydrocephalus which means he gets really bad headaches and has undergone a number of surgeries. Jackson  was having a shunt repaired last week at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax

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WWII Dog Tags Of Pulitzer Prize Winner’s Father Found

Dog Tags Of David Kennerly’s Father Found In An Old Desk In Portland Jordan Felo and his wife didn’t think they were buying dog tags. They thought they were buying an antique desk. But when a mysterious rattle unearthed the unexpected treasure, Felo became determined to get the dog tags back to the veteran who once wore them or at least his family. His search took him on an adventure bigger than he imagined. KOIN-TV in Portland has the story.

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Waffle House Survivor’s Mother Gets Wedding Dress For Hero Waitress

Waffle House waitress Virginia Stanley says she was just doing her job that night. She works at the restaurant in Nashville that became the target of a mass shooting in April. It started as an ordinary shift. She was simply doing dishes. When Michael Garth, Sr. and a friend came to sit down at the counter, Stanley asked them to move. She didn’t want to splash them as she washed the dishes. So, the two moved over a booth. That

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Grieving Capital Gazette Newspaper Staff ‘Put Out The Damn Paper’ Hours After Massacre

No one inspires me more today than the Capital Gazette Newspaper staff. Hours after a sick, twisted gunman burst into their newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland and started firing, they put out their newspaper. This #$)#% doesn’t get to stop them from doing what journalists around the world do so bravely every single day. Telling the story. This time, telling their story. How better to honor their five co-workers and friends who were massacred Thursday? How better to encourage the other

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10-Year-Old Girl Shows How To Honor Forgotten Civil Rights Hero Edwin Pratt

Edwin Pratt. His is probably not a name you’ve heard of. Which is wrong. Because Edwin Pratt was a hero. A civil rights hero. When 10-year-old Sarah Haycox came across a random memorial with his name on it, she decided she wanted to know Pratt’s story. Once she knew his story, she became determined that he be known, honored, remembered. How did one girl work the system in her hometown of Shoreline, Washington? This is a lesson in how to

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Police Trooper Pulls Over Retired Cop Who Helped Deliver Him 27 Years Ago

Of all the people New Jersey State Police Trooper Michael Patterson could’ve pulled over, what are the chances it would be this guy. Matthew Bailly is a retired cop from Piscataway, New Jersey. He happened to mention that when Patterson pulled him over. That caught the trooper’s attention because that happens to be where Patterson grew up. Mr. Bailly asked Trooper Patterson where he used to live. When Trooper Patterson told him that he grew up on Poe Place, Mr.

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