This second story also takes part in Oregon and involves a rather stickier situation.
Pat Hanson has worn her mother’s engagement ring, a unique swirl of diamonds dating from the 1920’s, with dedication since her passing in 1989. Due to recent wright loss, the ring had loosened on her finger. Somehow the ring slipped off her finger into a flushing toilet at her church. Immediately Ms. Hanson panicked at the potential loss and prayed to St. Anthony of Padua, the patron saint of lost items, for its safe return. The next days, she approached the Rogue Valley Sewer Service (RVSS) and asked their assistance in locating the heirloom. The initial attempts returned no results. Ms. Hanson left the facility thinking the ring was possibly gone forever but, unbeknownst to her, the RVSS workers continued the search. They closed the sewer line so they could search it dry. Four days after Ms. Hanson’s original request, the RVSS team returned her ring, safe and thoroughly cleaned.
Get even more Good News Review by following us on Twitter @tgnreview!
Sign-Up For The Latest From TGNR
Sunday Brunch5 months ago
The New Quartz App: Uzabase’s Bet on the Future of News on Social Media
Culture3 months ago
Haircuts on US Dollar Bills: Ranked
History4 months ago
How did Hitler Fool Stalin so Badly with the Invasion of the USSR? | WW2 Brain Bucket Reader Q&A
Inspiration3 months ago
Bethel Church Asylum Service Ends with Tamrazyan Residency Granted
Neuronomics5 months ago
“Brain on Fire” By Susannah Cahalan Review | Neuronomics