"The measure for journalists should not be the professional recognition of colleagues, but rather the mark we make in the hearts of readers." -Gerald Herbert
Good news creates hope.
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By Good News Network Saturday, August 11, 2012
Jim Cotter was so sad after losing his wife last year that he needed to find something to do. He decided to spruce up his community -- by painting everything in sight. Well, the idea has really caught on.
The once-thriving coal community of Glouster, Ohio had been peeling - and unappealing - for years, but now the town glistens, every fence, building and guard rail.
(WATCH the Steve Hartman video below, or READ the story at CBS News)
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I think there needs to be a change of consciousness with the news ... to try to seek a higher ground. Why can't it be more representative of the way the world really is? I think we don't know what the bombardment of crime and violence does to our minds, I think we're in denial about it.