‘Rangel’-ing some family: Ultimate Martial Arts pulls together to help boy

Jayce McKinnis, left, reacts as Ultimate Martial Arts (UMA) owner Chris Rangel presents him with a lock for his new bike on Monday night at UMA. McKinnis's bike was stolen three or four weeks ago, and UMA people banded together and bought him a new one. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now The sad look on Jayce McKinnis’s face after his bike was stolen melted the hearts of Ultimate Martial Arts...

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