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Contemporary home affords commanding view. 
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Contemporary home affords commanding view. (The Spokesman-Review)
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Do something with that junk

A critical part of junking is putting your finds

to good use.

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View from the top

Home on a ridge offers panoramic vista from Mount Spokane to Steptoe Butte.

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a little decorating

Small spaces can look big and beautiful if you follow simple rules of interior design.

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Light gets in, you can get out

With a little professional help, a homeowner can install an egress basement window.

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Labor of love

Operators of bed and breakfast inns find enjoyment in their daily hospitality routine.

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Read it and cheep

Birdhouses made of recycled materials are topped off by a tome roof.

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Find a home for unused stuff

There’s a new Web site that helps people get rid of their surplus things.

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Outsmart a rodent

If your are determined, there are myraid ways to keep squirrels from your bird feeder.

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Parade of Paws

Spokane Humane Society will host walk on Saturday to raise money for animal care.

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