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The community celebrates Kienan's safe return

In front of a pyramid of water bottles reserved for todays volunteers stands a sign of joy at the LDS Church in Sparwood. Volunteers are being released as Police continue the manhunt for Randall Hopley.   - Jenna Jensen
In front of a pyramid of water bottles reserved for todays volunteers stands a sign of joy at the LDS Church in Sparwood. Volunteers are being released as Police continue the manhunt for Randall Hopley.
— image credit: Jenna Jensen

Tears of joy are widespread in the community of Sparwood this morning as news quickly spread of Kienan's safe return.

During a powerful and touching church service at the Sparwood Fellowship Baptist Church which is also the Hebert's family church many hugs and prayers were shared with everyone who attended. Prayers and songs of thanks, blessings and strength were shared. And people throught Sparwood are breathing a sigh of relief this happy, sunny, Sunday. In a touching message shared by Tammy Herbert in the mornings early hours she Said, "Praise God. Who can know my family and not believe in an amazing, awesome God. Two living and breathing miracles in one family. We are truly blessed."

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