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by Builder posted May 4 2016 8:00AM
Baby left at Chicago dumpster reunites with rescuer 20 years later

Morgan Hill has spent the past two years searching for her "guardian angel" and on April 20, they
finally reunited.
A construction worker named Gerald Rocky Hyatt found Hill, now 20, as a newborn after she was
left at a dumpster in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, by her birth mother.

"He was dropping off the last load of trash from the construction area he was working on," Hill told NBC affiliate WMAQ.
"Before he dropped it in, he heard a whimper. He found a white kitchen bag that was double knotted."
While she has always known she was adopted, she was surprised to learn the full story of the October
1995 incident a couple years ago. With NBC affiliate KSHB's help, she tracked down the man who rescued her.
"I broke into tears and the first thing I said was, 'Thank you,'" Hill said. "He said to me, 'Baby girl, you are so loved.'"
After Hyatt found her, Hill was taken to a nearby hospital, where she was named Mary Grace. She was then adopted by
Sandi Hill, and given her current name.

Hyatt came to the reunion with two special items in hand — a pin he received for his heroic actions
and a photo of him holding baby Mary Grace with her adoptive parents and the nurse who first named her.

The photo is going in a binder filled with clippings that her adoptive parents have held onto all these years and
Hyatt also gave Hill the pin, which she hasn't taken off since. "I could not thank him enough," Hill said.
"He gave me a chance to live a second life. Because if he didn't find me, I would not be here to help others
and show soon-to-be mothers that there are so many options out there and you don't have to throw your baby away."
by Megan Z posted May 3 2016 12:12PM

I couldn't think of a better title than that for this particular story because it's true. This young man is showing us what it's like to not do that in the best way possible, read this feed good story!

Man Helps Homeless Woman Learn How to Read


by Megan Z posted May 3 2016 8:54AM

Ever wanted toast with your face on it? Now you can...

Toast Your Favorite Selfie for Breakfast


by Megan Z posted May 2 2016 10:19AM

This is the most literal sense of bite me that I've maybe heard. A massage where the masseuse actually bites you...

Masseuse who claims Kanye West & Gwen Stefani are clients "bites their bums"


by Megan Z posted May 2 2016 10:12AM

Imagine your plant charging your phone? This is possible in this new start up, check to see if this is something you'd like to have around your house!

Charge Your Phone With a House Plant? This Pot Promises a Green Solution


by Builder posted May 2 2016 7:45AM


  1. Garth returns to Fargo for the first time in over 17 years this weekend!
  1. The first attempt to sell tickets for the Fargodome shows resulted in a computer meltdown and Garth was forced to suspend ticket sales for nearly a week.
  1. The 2nd on-sale attempt resulted in over 70,000 tickets being sold in just a few hours.
  1. Nearly 80,000 people are expected to attend the 4 shows this Thursday thru Sunday.
  1. Garth played the Red River Valley Fair in 1991. His opening act that night was Trisha Yearwood.
  1. Check your tickets carefully. Ticketholders showing up for the wrong night is a common mistake at multiple Garth shows.
  1. The tour kicked off in September 2014 at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois.
  1. The set list for the shows vary, but Brooks has been playing his own hits, such as "Callin' Baton Rouge" and "The Dance" as well as covers. He's performed his take on songs from Billy Joel and Aerosmith at past dates.
  1. Doors open 90 minutes before each show.

  1. Showtimes: Thursday – 7:30, Friday 7:00, Saturday 7:00, Sunday 7:30
  1. Friday, Saturday and Sunday shows are SOLD OUT. Limited tickets remain available for the Thursday show.
  1. Garth is doing 4 shows in Fargo which is below average for the number of shows Garth does in each tour stop. 3 shows is the least amount of shows on a stop…while 11 shows in Chicago and Minneapolis were the most.
  1. Get there early. There will be a VERY short opening act each night, immediately followed by Garth taking the stage. Trisha Yearwood performs in the middle of Garth's set.
  1. Regular concert security measures will in place at the Fargodome. Expect all bags to be searched when entering the concert.
  1. Fargo's 4 shows are more shows than Milwaukee, Little Rock, San Jose and Birmingham.
  1. BOB 95 is giving away tickets to the sold out all week long.
  1. Garth is considered one of the best selling artists ever, moving an estimated 150 million units since his debut record dropped in 1989.
  1. Parking is $5 per vehicle. With so many tickets sold, expect lots to fill to capacity quickly. Nearby lots off alternate parking and taking a shuttle bus or carpooling is suggested.
  1. BOB 95 has pre-parties at O'Kellys on Thursday and Borrowed Bucks on Friday and Saturday – both locations are offering shuttle busses for every night of the concerts.
  1. BOB 95 is giving away a chance to meet Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood in person. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.

The City of Fargo and the FARGODOME would like to make you aware of certain show information recommended for the evenings of May 5th – 8th, 2016.

 Because of the multiple shows, please check your tickets to confirm the actual date that you're attending.

 Small cameras are permitted, no telephoto or professional lenses. If the camera lens is longer than your index finger it is considered professional and will not be permitted to be brought in. NO video recording of any kind is permitted.

The FARGODOME in cooperation with The Fargo Police Department and EVAC is offering a few traffic tips for Garth Brooks fans to make their arrival as smooth as possible:

 Northbound I-29 exit on 12th Avenue North to 18th Street. Southbound I-29 exit on 19th Avenue North.
 In town traffic use 10th Street North to either 17th or 19th Avenue North.
 Eastbound 12th Avenue traffic to 18th Street North
 Westbound 12th Avenue traffic to 10th Street North

 Additional parking available and recommended in the immediate area.

 ALL busses (both direct and shuttles) and limousines are to drop off and pick up on the west side of the building on Albrecht Avenue. Arrive from the south off of 17th Avenue so your door is facing east towards the building. All busses and limo's that remain on the property will be parked in E Lot, NO busses or limos are permitted to park on Albrecht Avenue or in front of the building (east side) during the show. These areas are Designated Fire Lanes and must remain open at all times.

 Please be aware with over 18,000 guests expected in the vicinity of the FARGODOME that there will be a high volume of pedestrian traffic crossing streets leading to the facility. Please use CAUTION.

 There is NO parking permitted prior to the lots opening.

 There is no tailgating or alcoholic beverages permitted at the FARGODOME prior to the concert.

 RV parking is permitted on day of show only, RV's will be charged $20.00 for four parking spaces. The FARGODOME does not provide electrical services for RV's.

FARGODOME parking lots will open at 4:00pm. We anticipate the FARGODOME lots to be at capacity well before the concert begins in which time we will direct guests to auxiliary lots in the area. We strongly encourage guests to arrive early using the recommended routes. The FARGODOME, in cooperation with The Fargo Police Department and EVAC will be controlling all major intersections during the ingress and egress for the evening. We appreciate your cooperation with following recommended routes into the area during the evening.
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