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As a physics student at the University of Wisconsin, Donald Liebenberg had to take an astronomy class.
It was 10:52 a.m. on Brad Jones’ 23rd birthday. As petty officer third class aboard the USS Forrestal, he’d just finished a 12-hour shift and was turning in for some shut-eye when he heard the call, “Fire on the deck, aft!”
By the time Brandi Hendrick turned 29, she had already had her children and felt insecure about her breast size.
About 10 years ago, Dan Schmiedt decided to lose weight. And as the pounds shed away and he continued to gain energy, he wondered what it would feel like to ride a nice bicycle.
Winston Holton has a way with words. He uses them like carefully chosen tools to elevate students to their highest potential.
About four weeks ago, Valerie Scott-Wagner was given six to nine months to live.
When Amie and Blake Hedden went in for their 20-week ultrasound, their 4-year-old daughter Aubrie felt a little disappointed because she wasn’t getting a little sister
When Leon Scott rolled into the Ravenel Elementary School cafeteria in a wheelchair, his fourth-graders flocked to him.