Missing Wedding Ring Returned Safely
Posted on : 03-07-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
An Oregon woman has been reunited with her missing wedding ring only days before her wedding anniversary. Six weeks after losing the ring during a beach trip, she discovered that a Good Samaritan had found her ring and was looking for its owner. Paul Nickerson and his wife just wanted to take a relaxing stroll on New Year's Eve along the beach in the small town of Seaside, Oregon. As they walked across the sand with their daughter, her wedding ring somehow slipped off her finger. Nickerson's wife later realized…
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From Environmental Disaster to Green Energy
Posted on : 03-06-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
When you hear the term Chernobyl, what comes to your mind? Most people associate Chernobyl with devastation, death, and destruction. And this reputation is well deserved. Since the nuclear accident that took place on April 26, 1986 left Chernobyl and the surrounding area desolate, people have stayed as far away from this area as possible. The area surrounding Chernobyl is nothing but a ghost town. The immense scale of destruction caused by the Chernobyl explosion can be better understood when you think about the fact that there is a 1000…
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Non-profit in Oklahoma, Fetch Fido a Flight, is Saving the Lives of Countless Dogs and Cats Set to be Euthanized
Posted on : 03-04-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
Oklahoma seems to be a state overflowing with animals, but not only horses and cattle, but also an overpopulation of dogs and cats. Aimee Green on The Oregonian reported that at least 110 of those dogs and one cat will not be euthanized because of an Oklahoma non-profit organization founded and run by Vikki Smith called “Fetch Fido a Flight.” This program was founded to save dogs and cats by transporting them on a chartered five-hour flight to two local humane societies in Oregon who could find homes for them.…
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Man Legally Considered Dead Revived by Passing Stranger After Half an Hour
Posted on : 03-03-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
One Massachusetts man was given a second chance at life (literally) all because of the attentiveness of a complete stranger. Several months ago, 64-year-old architect George Dakin, Jr. suffered a massive heart attack while walking down the street. Falling to the ground, his heart stopped and remained that way for 28 minutes, during which time he could be considered clinically dead. By a miracle of fortune, however, a complete stranger came to his aid just in time. Austin Davis is a homeless man living at the faith-based shelter CHAMP Homes…
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Walking Towards A Brighter Future
Posted on : 03-01-2018 By : Samantha Pointer
How far would you walk to get to your job if you had nothing but your own two feet to get you there? One mile? Three miles? How long would the hardship of walking every day to work last before you just couldn't do it anymore and gave up? Trenton Lewis from Little Rock, Arkansas, has walked 11 miles a day to get to his job with UPS for the last three months. He gets up in the early morning hours, still dark, and walks the 5 1/2 miles to…
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