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Living a "Glass half-Full' Life

In the early 2000s, like so many up and coming children of the prairie, Ellinwood native J. Basil Dannebohm, had the bright lights of the city shining in his eyes.
Intelligent, humble, educated, and energetic, those dreams of the big time seemed to be coming true.
He worked for the Lawrence Journal World before moving to the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, on to Boulder, and then on to California.
“I never thought I’d come back,” Basil said.
However, the now 31-year-old began having mysterious illness symptoms about four years ago. After years of spinal taps, nerve conduction tests ...

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