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Published: Tuesday, June 5 2012 7:55 p.m. MDT

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jill17
Salt Lake City, UT

Wow! What an inspiring stiry and what amazing teenagers we have in utah. Thank you for sharing!

jill17
Salt Lake City, UT

Wow! What an inspiring story and what amazing teenagers we have in utah. Thank you for sharing!

JRJ
Pocatello, ID

You are a true inspiration!! I can't believe a person could survive what you have and be where you are. Thank you for being a leader to our American youth. How would it be to have children appreciate their free educations. Best of everything to you.

BU52
Provo, ut

I watched Nowella during her last year in school, she is a tenacious and hard worker, having overcome so much, she is bound to be successful.

ulvegaard
Medical Lake, Washington

I read stories like this and feel ashamed that I ever complained that the air conditioning in the van doesn't work, or that I don't have the latest electronic gadgetry. I also wonder at the teenagers who complain that they don't have a cell phone or the one with all the bonus features.

These young people are a modern day reminder that freedom comes with a price and that sometimes we have to make an effort to get things that so many of us think should just be handed out because we are in the room.

I wish them all well.

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