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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 108

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Couple finds $1.8 million lottery ticket while cleaning before Thanksgiving. – Source

2. A homeless man found rare artwork from Disney’s “Bambi” in a trash bin. When it sold for $3,700, the seller tracked him down to split the proceeds. – Source

3. Emily Scheck, a 19-years old college athlete in New York, was disowned by her family for being a lesbian. Her roommate Fund-raised $58,000 online, but NCAA warned Emily that she would be barred from running if she did not return the money, due to their rules. Today NCAA reversed the rule. – Source

4. Israeli scientists develop implanted organs that won’t be rejected. Breakthrough development uses a patient’s own stomach cells, cutting the risk of an immune response to implanted organs. – Source

5. A DJ who has been broadcasting to his wife from the shed in his back garden since 1974 has finally been given his own show on local radio. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan pays off £438,000 of debt owed by 1,398 farmers. – Source

7. He opened his motel to families hit by flooding. Now he’s a full-service Good Samaritan. – Source

8. Update on former homeless Connecticut man who returned 10K check last year. – Source

9. Russia to ban the capture of killer whales and belugas in 2019. – Source

10. WSU band learns Husky fight song to play during Apple Cup after UW bus flips on the trip to Pullman. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Kansas Humane Society finds families for all available pets during Black Friday event. – Source

12. Missing dog from Idaho found in Memphis after five months. – Source

13. A soldier says a stranger’s Christmas card got him through Vietnam. He just met the sender. – Source

14. It’s now cheaper to build a new wind farm than to keep a coal plant running. – Source

15. St. Louis family donates blood as Black Friday tradition. – Source

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