In the last century, over 400 hillside letters have been built in the United States, but only one particular letter has a story far more dramatic than any other. It takes place in a small Utah town in 1922. A tragic shooting involving the high school principal and one of his students caused an irreparable rift in the community, until a courageous schoolteacher who refused to lose hope came and helped Uintah, Utah, bridge the divide, Directed by Issac Goeckeritz and narrated by Dick Nourse (KSL-5) this award winning documentary tells one of the greatest small town stories in Utah history. This inspirational story of hope and healing is guaranteed to entertain and educate your entire family.
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