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Computers Hooked Teen On Living

FOR THE RECORD: June 14, 1996:Idaho Clarification: Eric Maland grew up in an alcoholic and abusive home that did not include his biological father. A Wednesday Close to Hom column implied his father was part of the family.
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Empty Homestead Full Of Memories

Thelma Wilson, 95, remembers her father building this farmhouse 92 years ago. Her daughter, Kaye Wilson, works with the elderly. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
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Man Saves One Child At A Time

Ray Morgan's face reveals nothing as he recounts his visit to a home with maggot-covered soiled diapers and rotten food strewn over the floor. Detachment is his style, for good reason. He didn't have to be in the home. The visit had taken him away from his job as general manager at Coeur d'Alene's Unique Printing. The stench had soured his stomach. The scene had sent his blood racing. "I wondered how someone could live like that," he says. "But, I'm there to get information and I won't get it if I react."
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Biking Weekend Geared To Women

Jennifer Foster, left, and Anne Grabowski have organized the Skurtzendirt mountain-bike camp for women. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
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Wallace Elks Celebrate 100th Year

1. Kindergartners in Teri Burch's class at Fernan Elementary pose with the quilt they made for the students slain in Scotland two months ago. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review 2. Bud Boger, left, and Jim Striker hold the antlers Striker donated to the Wallace Elks club in 1967. The club turns 100.
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Bribes Get Kids To Read

Simone Kincaid, left, and Anne Nesse want kids to develop a love of reading. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review