81 Years of Service, With no Plans of Stopping
Posted on : 05-13-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In today's ever changing world, it has become normal to change jobs and work for a new company every few years. Gone are the good old days where you left college, landed a good job and retired from that job after 30 years or service.   For Phil Coyne, the world can change all it wants to, but he is happy working the same job, day in and day out. He started working as an usher for the Pittsburgh Pirates when he was 18 years old. April 26th, 2017 Phil…
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Survivor Marries her Hero
Posted on : 05-02-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In 2012, twenty year old Melissa Dohme, of Clearwater, Florida, received a phone call from her once high school boyfriend who asked to meet her one last time. For closure, he claimed. Melissa agreed and met the boyfriend, who had been abusive on more than one occasion. When he arrived, he immediately pulled out a knife and stabbed her thirty two times, all over her face, neck, arms, and hands. He left her bleeding outside her house, where someone called 911. Emergency personnel that included several firefighters responded to the…
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We Dine Together
Posted on : 05-01-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Thinking back to high school, everyone can remember how, no matter what school they attended, someone was left out. Take a look at any high school cafeteria during lunch and someone, feeling completely alone, is often very easy to spot, regardless of who is around them. Denis Estimon, who is a senior st Boca Raton High School in Boca Raton, Florida is doing his part to change these types of normalicies.. While Denis has plenty of close friends now, he can remember how difficult it was to move to a…
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High School Baseball Player Coming Back From Losing Leg
Posted on : 04-30-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
A high school senior in the Los Angeles area is currently making the best of a bad situation and inspiring everyone who discovers his story. That tale is one that’s rarely heard in the aftermath of shootings that take place within the heart of the inner city.   Ruben Marin was simply walking home from a graduation party with a teammate on the Narbonne High School baseball team in June 2015 when his life changed forever. That was when his attempts at avoiding a drive-by shooting eventually resulted in Marin…
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Imaginative Child’s Insistence Saves Dying Man
Posted on : 04-29-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
As six-year-old Karter Thorpe was on an errand with his grandmother Carolyn Cook, he noticed a still man laying prone in a Lowe's parking lot. The man, was not only on his back but beginning to exhibit seizures. It was at this point that Thorpe got his grandmother's attention by yelling for her to turn around and save the man who seemed to not be acting like people should. While Cook initially chalked up the outbursts up Thorpe having a vivid imagination, his insistence that something was wrong with the…
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