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Prom is one of those big high school highlights — something a student at Lone Peak dreamed of attending. But she wasn't able to go because of debilitating mental illness. So, her community rallied to hold a special prom just for her.
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Former Weber State softball pitcher to donate kidney to twin brother

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 4th - 10:43am
Researchers often suggest that twins have their own language, but soon a pair of twins living in Utah and Idaho will share even more than that.
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4 times someone watched out for another

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted May 4th - 7:58am
We get a lot of "pay it forward" story submissions for this Make Your Week column. We also recognize not everyone can pay for someone else's meal. Everyone can find a way to serve, however, whether that's financially or with your own two hands.
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Utahn begins 250-mile run to aid hearing-impaired children

Sam Penrod  |  posted May 2nd - 10:25pm
A Utah man set out on a 250-mile run Saturday to help raise money for hearing-impaired children.
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Utah high school band performs in Cuba

Peter Rosen  |  posted May 1st - 10:38pm
The Crescent Super Band, comprised of more than two dozen Utah high school musicians who play well beyond their years, has performed from Utah to Carnegie Hall to the Netherlands. Recently, the band took its talents to Cuba for the Fiesta Del Tambor.
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Candy Bomber returns to Salt Lake City to share stories

Jed Boal  |  posted May 1st - 7:55pm
He grew up on farms in Utah and Idaho and became a legendary American pilot for the unauthorized missions he flew during the Berlin Airlift. Monday night, Col. Gail Halvorsen will return to Salt Lake City to share his stories as "The Candy Bomber."
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5-year-old rings bell, celebrates end of cancer treatments

Keith McCord and Viviane Vo-Duc  |  posted May 1st - 6:16pm
A bell rings in the halls of Primary Children's Hospital. It's the joyous sound of someone ringing a bell to celebrate the last of their cancer treatments.
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2 sisters fight cancer, rare birth defect

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 1st - 11:45am
Rebecca Hernandez was preparing to take her youngest child, who was born with organs outside her body, to a specialist for surgery in Maryland when another daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
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Kisses for Kycie story saving lives around the world

Keira Farrimond  |  posted Apr 30th - 11:15pm
5-year-old girls should not be in the hospital, hooked up to ventilators. They shouldn't be unable to speak, open their eyes or sit up on their own, but that's exactly where Kycie Terry was just days after doctors said she might have strep throat.
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13-year-old to perform ballet for the King of Tonga

Peter Rosen  |  posted Apr 29th - 10:17pm
Perhaps Eliana Vaha'i Feao fell in love with ballet when she was 18 months old, watching the movie "Barbie in the Nutcracker." At 13, the Salt Lake City ballerina is breaking new ground in the dance world.
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Employee goes extra mile for elderly man and gains viral fame

Jarom Moore  |  posted Apr 29th - 5:43pm
An 18-year-old who walked an elderly man home has gained viral fame for his act of kindness.
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Scouts with autism get their own troop

Sandra Olney  |  posted Apr 28th - 7:20pm
For almost a century now, Scouting has given boys a chance to try new things, serve others and build leadership skills. Boys with autism can benefit from this training, and that is why the Great Salt Lake Council created a Scout troop for them.
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