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Hunter student hit by car wins 'Absolutely Incredible Kid' award

Cassidy Hansen  |  posted Jun 1st - 9:54pm
Two and a half years ago, Walter Peralta was hit by a vehicle, suffering several traumatic brain injuries. On Monday, the high school senior was honored as the Granite School District's 2015 "Absolutely Incredible Kid."
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Officer who told student his parents died attends his graduation

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Jun 1st - 1:53pm
On May 24, Lt. Eric Ellison had to tell 18-year-old Kazzie Porter that his parents were killed by a drunk driver less than a week before he was to graduate from high school.
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4 times someone's generosity made a difference

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Jun 1st - 11:26am
Some people naturally have generous hearts. Others have to work on that particular virtue. Each week, readers share stories of generosity and kindness and the ways in which is touched their lives.
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He was expelled for doodling; now he's bringing art to kids

Meghan Dunn, CNN  |  posted May 31st - 8:29pm
Growing up in India, Adarsh Alphons was expelled from school for doodling. He continued drawing in class at his new school, but there he got a different reaction.
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County senior centers give aging adults a leg up on life

Wendy Leonard  |  posted May 31st - 12:35pm
There are 19 senior centers throughout Salt Lake County where seniors can participate in an array of fitness classes and other activities, as well as meet others with similar interests and stages of life, and have lunch — all free of charge.
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Utahns commemorate alliance, 70 years since WWII at symposium

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted May 31st - 10:20am
The Utah Chinese Organizing Committee hosted a symposium Saturday in commemoration of 70 years since the end of World War II, reflecting on joint efforts by the U.S. and China in fighting for peace.
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Fly fishing program helps veterans cope

Alex Cabrero  |  posted May 30th - 8:42pm
A fishing program designed to help veterans with PTSD and other mental health issues was a big bit Saturday morning in Summit County.
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Utah veteran injured by mortar becomes running inspiration

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 29th - 8:01am
A Clinton woman injured by a mortar while serving in Iraq has since run several marathons and hopes to inspire others to never give up.
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Primary Children's Hospital, providing care for thousands who cannot pay

Wendy Leonard  |  posted May 28th - 5:07pm
Primary Children's Hospital cared for more than 84,400 child patients last year, including 9,269 whose families needed help to pay the bills. The annual KSL telethon helps to raise funds for children and families in need.
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Students give $8K in senior class trip money to cancer-stricken principal

Holly Yan, CNN  |  posted May 28th - 8:32am
After years of saving and fundraising, the graduating class of New Hampshire's Profile Senior High School finally had $8,000 for their senior trip.
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School finds special help for student who lost arm

Mike Anderson  |  posted May 27th - 8:18pm
Seven-year-old Grant Goodsell lost his left arm to cancer about a year and a half ago. Coincidentally, a school volunteer was able to provide the unique help he needs to adapt.
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