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  • Last call for haircuts

    “Our clientele has grown older,” Jeff said. “There are just not enough new faces.” The two have always been together; Jeff was born two hours before Bill. They both went …

  • House fire

    A family of four watched as firefighters punched out windows and ripped through walls to make sure a blaze in their West Plains home was out this morning. But no …

  • Miniature Memories

    Dorothea Kennedy has captured much of her family history from the 1800’s and replicated the memories into dolls and dollhouses. She has spent the last 25 years learning and developing …

  • Going to the Dogs

    Armed with a camera, flash and freshly charged batteries, Courtney Haney of In Home Pet Photography travels to people’s homes to shoot pictures of their beloved animals. Haney, who owns …

  • Antiques Roadshow

    Over six thousand people, most clutching family heirlooms, waited in long lines at the Spokane Convention Center Saturday to have their treasures evaluated by professional appraisers with the Public Broadcasting’s …

  • Nurse Family Partnership Program

    Yakima Country’s Nurse Family Partnership Program has been recognized as one of the nation’s most effective child welfare programs.

  • The Bridges family

    Christopher and Dejah Bridges were living under the Maple Street Bridge before they had their son, Seven. They now live in the West Central neighborhood.



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