September 18, 2007 in Home

Inside this week’s issue

The Spokesman-Review
 
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Kyle McFarlane’s work-from-home job comes with numerous benefits. Page 13.
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Open for all to see

A group of Spokane architects have given an old building a modern look.

Page 4

Beat the garage heat

Install ventilation fans to prevent your garage from turning into a sauna.

Page 5

Bringing expertise to town

Pam Lund offers fresh perspective as the new CEO of the region’s Girl Scouts.

Page 6

A project worth tackling

A well-built cedar chest looks handsome in any corner of the house.

Page 7

Sample the history

Arbor Crest’s Cliff House offers the public a chance to tour its remodeled interior.

Page 8

Cottages prove popular

Sandpoint developers have themselves a hit with Park Cottages community.

Page 10

Years in the making

Spokane couple turn their backyard into a relaxing retreat.

Page 12

Mark your calendars

Check our comprehensive lists for home, garden, farmers’ markets and pets.

Pages 15, 16

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