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Everyday Heroes of 2018

Jordan Myers, Entertainment Editor

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It can feel most of the time like only bad news dominates the headlines. But every so often stories of extreme heroism capture the media’s attention. The flood of bad news so far this year seems to be endless – from fires and floods to devastating hurricanes and shootings. But with each of those incidents, came stories of heroic actions that both changed and saved lives.

 

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Jordan Myers, Entertainment Editor

Jordan Myers is a Freshman at Sahuaro High School and the Entertainment Editor for The Paper Cut. In his time away from school he enjoys scrolling through...

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