Rethinking Stereotypes Volunteering At City Gate Helps This Teen Realize Homeless People Aren’t Different From You And Me.
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G1 April Skow visits with John, one of the patrons of City Gate. Skow volunteers her time to work with the homeless in our area. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review
Ok - They’re Listening, Who’s Ready To Talk?
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G1 Feel like talking? There’s a great opportunity for you to do so on Jan. 24 when Spokane Public Radio presents “Talking with Teens.” This public forum will touch on a …
What’s The Obsession With Belly Buttons?
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G1 When I returned to school last fall, I was expecting to see the same old Lakeland High School, located in Rathdrum, the land that time forgot. I was, however, in …
Teens Express Emotions, Humor Through Poetry More Poems From Last Week’s Creative-Writing Section
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G2 SEIN KAMPF By Molly Christine Riddle Mead He raises his shears past Anna’s gray eyes. Long, black curls tumble to the concrete floor. A panicking flower tormented by weeds she …
Off-Screen, Actress Jane Asher Has Cooked Up Quite A Business
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G2 During the Beatles’ heyday, Jane Asher was famous for being Paul McCartney’s girlfriend. He wrote many of his famous love songs for her, and they were even engaged for a …
‘Remember Wenn’ Offers Endearing Re-Creation Of Radio’s Heyday
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G3 How to describe “Remember WENN”? To say it is charming sounds so lame, but it is charming. Sweet is so bland a term, but it is a sweet show. More …
‘Dateline’ Examines Hidden Hazard In Buying Used Car
Jan. 10, 1996 on Page G3 Russell