Utah teen’s viral letter about her dad’s alcoholism

Good News Notes: “Preslee Scott spent more than one afternoon in her early teen years picking up her dad’s empty beer cans and dumping them in the outside trash can after he’d fallen asleep on the couch. So in December, when the Utah teen was asked by her 10th-grade English teacher to write an essay…

Boy in Foster Care Receives Over 5,000 Adoption Submissions

Good News Notes: “A 9-year-old boy from Oklahoma may be one step closer to finding a forever home. In July, Jordan touched the hearts of many across the country when he was interviewed by local news station KFOR about being in foster care. Since then, his permanency planning worker toldFox 4 that the department received over 5,000 adoption…

Central Texas Police Officer helps with newborn baby born on side of the highway

 Good News Notes: “A Granite Shoals Police Officer helped a couple whose baby was born on the side of the highway this week. On June 18, Granite Shoals Police Officer Shane Mahoney was in his patrol vehicle heading to the DPS Crime Lab in Austin.” View the whole story here: https://www.kxxv.com/news/local-news/central-texas-police-officer-helps-with-newborn-baby-on-side-of-the-highway

Carson Daly & Wife Siri Welcome Baby #4

Good News Notes: “The couple just announced the arrival of their daughter Goldie Patricia Daly. Carson shared the happy news on Instagram, calling it a “Daly Planet Exclusive!” In the photo, Carson and Siri are wearing masks due to the coronavirus outbreak as they hold baby Goldie. He wrote in the caption, ‘Carson & Siri…

Dad dances on TikTok for son being treated in NICU

Good News Notes: “When a baby is born premature, the long nights and days in the hospital are agonizing, and often the parents are living moment to moment. One local family is experiencing this for the third time. The father has decided to dance the stress away and is sharing his moves on social media.”…

Remembering the forgotten with simple warmth and kindness | WPRI.com

 Good News Notes: “It was a simple idea that sprung from a family tragedy. About four years ago, Nick Georgette’s high school psychology class project led to a surprise Christmas gift for his dad’s nursing home roommate. ‘He told us this is the only gift I’ve gotten for Christmas in the past 20 years,’ Georgette…