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A chocolate lab that was shot twice in the head and left to die has recovered and was adopted, according to a Sanpete County animal rescue employee.
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Man graduates 6 years after brain injury, aims to help others like him

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 24th - 10:33am
Six years after sustaining a traumatic brain injury during a motorcycle accident, Cory McFarland is graduating from Brigham Young University.
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He gave up his tray table

Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:30am
Flying is such an uncomfortable experience and tray tables are precious real estate that no one likes to share. Alison shared a story about a young man who did just that.
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Humane Society cat nurses puppies, likely saves their lives

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Apr 22nd - 10:56pm
Cats and dogs are stereotypical enemies, but one cat at the Humane Society of Utah may have saved a small litter of puppies' lives.
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Blue Man Group, nonprofit present boy with unique robotic arm

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Apr 22nd - 11:04am
A 12-year-old boy whose arm was amputated when he was an infant received the gift of a lifetime from his favorite performers, the Blue Man Group.
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400 guests save 10-year-old’s birthday party after mom’s Facebook post goes viral

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Apr 21st - 2:28pm
A guest list that started at zero quickly shot into the hundreds after a Minnesota mother turned to Facebook to save her daughter's 10th birthday party.
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20-year-old Orem man fights cancer with humorous, upbeat blog

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Apr 21st - 10:11am
A recently returned LDS missionary received the shock of being diagnosed with cancer and decided to face the battle with optimism and humor in his new blog.
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70 years after earning medals West Valley veteran finally receives them

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Apr 20th - 7:26pm
World War II veteran Richard Johnson, 90, on Monday received seven medals he earned but never received.
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4 times someone paid it forward

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Apr 20th - 10:47am
This week, we have four stories of people who has been touched by someone sharing what they have. Each works on a different premise, showing that there are many small ways we can touch others, even if we don't have a lot to give.
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Photographer brings to life dreams of children with cancer

Jen Jacobson  |  posted Apr 19th - 4:17pm
An 8-year-old boy with cancer becomes an official BMX pro thanks to the people behind the 'Anything Can Be' project: a non-profit organization that takes brings to life the imaginations of children with cancer through photography.
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Orem pediatrician volunteers time to help cyclone victims

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted Apr 18th - 9:00pm
Orem pediatrician Matthew Cornish just returned from 10 days of voluntary medical service in the recently-devastated nation of Vanuatu, a tightly-knit group of 83 Pacific islands.
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Ex-Marine amputee begins 2nd attempt to scale Everest

Binaj Gurubacharya, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 18th - 7:39pm
A former U.S. Marine who lost his right leg and several fingers in an explosion in Afghanistan is making a second attempt to scale Mount Everest to inspire others like him, a year after an avalanche that killed 16 Sherpa guides stopped him at the base camp.
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