Best-case scenario: What’s life been like for horseback-riding teen since finding missing child?

Seth Best carries missing toddler Jesse Young on horseback after finding the boy in a wooded area near Salina. Courtesy/Shane Best Best family When 2020 is done, maybe we’ll look back and say the year’s best news was delivered by someone with a name to match. People feared the worst this month when a 2-year-old boy went missing for more than 24 hours in a heavily wooded area north of Salina. But 16-year-old Adair High School student Seth Best made stomach knots vanish when, searching on horseback, he found Jesse Dale Young alive and well, with only a few minor scratches to show for an overnight adventure. Jesse was delivered to authorities and returned to his family three days before what surely was a Mother’s Day to be appreciated. The day before Mother’s Day, Jesse’s mom said in a Facebook post (more on this later) that she hoped the […]

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