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A civic arts project placed public pianos on the streets of downtown Sarasota, Florida, so passers-by could express themselves. But organizers probably never expected someone as expressive as Donald Gould.
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9-year-old ID boy walking just days after heart transplant

Nate Eaton, East Idaho News  |  posted Jul 2nd - 8:31am
A nine-year-old Rigby boy who received a heart transplant last week is walking and "doing such a great job."
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Inspiring Kickstarter aims to create elaborate costumes for kids in wheelchairs

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Jul 1st - 1:41pm
Halloween should be a magical day when every child can become something they've always wanted to be, and an inspiring Kickstarter campaign aims to make sure that concept applies to children in wheelchairs too.
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How a German boy came to love America during WWII

Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jul 1st - 7:52am
His father was killed in World War II when he was 4. With the Russians advancing from the east, Peter's family was given a three-hour notice to abandon their home. They became refugees fleeing with all the other Germans on a cattle train.
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Teen dedicates Eagle Scout project to Shriner's Hospital after treatments

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jun 30th - 11:59am
After receiving treatment at Shriner's Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City for more than a decade, a Bountiful teen decided to "give something back" and dedicate his Eagle Scout project to the hospital.
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The jam that came with a lesson and other moments to make your day

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Jun 29th - 8:25am
Living with compassion can sometimes mean sacrificing time or money for others. But the reward is often a lesson in humanity's ability to share good.
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After 6 decades, woman finally meets her long-lost sisters

Jen Jacobson  |  posted Jun 28th - 3:58pm
Carol B. Moss always knew she was adopted. But after her adoptive mother passed away she decided to research her biological mother. After more than a decade of searching, Moss found she has siblings and discovered a strong connection to them.
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Habitat for Humanity bringing families back to Kearns

Sandra Olney  |  posted Jun 28th - 12:33pm
Kearns was Utah's third largest city in the 1950s. But its population has steadily dropped the last few decades. Now, it's ready for a comeback as Salt Lake County teams up with organizations like Habitat for Humanity to bring families back to Kearns.
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‘If Cancer Was A Fish’ picture book written to help kids cope with tragedy

Peter Rosen  |  posted Jun 26th - 10:32pm
If cancer was a fish, Tiffany Berg Coughran and her five kids would definitely throw it back. That's the visual Coughran conjured up several years ago when her husband, Paul Berg, was diagnosed with oral cancer.
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Springville girl baking cookies to help rescue child slaves

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Jun 26th - 9:49pm
A 12-year-old Springville girl is working to create a perpetual bake sale in hopes of helping rescue children who are being trafficked around the world.
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Inspired by teammates, Lehi soccer club donates uniforms to kids in Haiti

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jun 26th - 8:31pm
Soccer players from the Utah Arsenal Soccer Club, inspired by three of their Haitian teammates, are gathering their old soccer uniforms, including jerseys, shorts, socks and shoes, to send to children in Haiti.
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Why I won't listen when you tell me you're OK

Kate Rose Lee, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jun 25th - 10:26am
S​ome of our trials match and some do not, but maybe together we have a nearly complete understanding of how to help each other.
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