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Lee Wheeler, owner of North Idaho Fitness, continues working with scleroderma. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
Melinda LaPrath nurtured her twin babies inside her, then pushed them into the world. She named and fed them and ran her fingers through their fine, dark hair. Then she said goodbye to them. "I think they'll understand I loved them," she says softly. "I know I made the right choice."
Terry Sundsted, who runs North Idaho's Young Community Builders program, helps Hanna English, 21, size a piece of drywall. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review
Murad Khalliev has been able to attend North Idaho College, thanks to the help of Skip and Dick Kuck. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
A January fire destroyed Charlotte Haubensack's century-old home in Rathdrum. File/The Spokesman-Review
Chris Everts' trial by fire started in Kootenai Medical Center's emergency room when she held a bucket for a new mother so sick over being raped that she couldn't stop vomiting. Chris, a volunteer for the Women's Center's rape crisis line, nearly upchucked herself after doctors told the 21-year-old woman there was a chance the rapist had impregnated her. Still recovering from giving birth, the woman hadn't restarted birth control. She took the "morning-after" pill doctors offered her.
Amanda Tomme on the Ganges River in Varanasi, India. Photo courtesy of Amanda Tomme
Elaine Bradshaw: "I feel freer now than at any other time in my life." Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
Cory Bliss has found a niche, singing Elivs tunes with backup singers Jenna Hutson, left, Sarah Bligh and Demi Palm. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
Bob Bennett is trying to get on with his life after North Idaho College. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
This file photo from 1994 shows the cross-country ski trail at Fourth of July Pass in Coeur d'Alene. Susy Renner of Spokane skis past the warming hut built by the Panhandle Nordic Club. File/The Spokesman-Review
A computerized communicator has enabled Steve Allert to more easily state his thoughts and desires - whether it be conversing with friends or ordering a burger - despite cerebral palsy. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
Lynne Hutton, a soccer mom and business owner. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
Mamie English, 18, went from Project CDA, the alternative high school, to the Navy and his headed for medic training in California. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
Kootenai County planners Chuck Finan, left, and Rand Wichman have tackled the chore of finding names for the county's unnamed streets and roads. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
1. The photo on the cover of Mike and Barbara Weber's book is of themselves and their family on a train as they make their monthlong voyage in the early 1950s to Washington state from New York. Photo courtesy of the Weber family 2. Mike and Barbara Weber's book tells the tale of their 8-year separation during World War II. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
Terry Riske created a plug lock to keep his kids from watching TV without permission. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
1. Warren Fisher and Tina Voorhees adjust a closet door at Lillian and Larry Booth's new Habitat for Humanity home. Photos by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review 2. Habitat home builders Lillian and Larry Booth, left, join Nick and Alanna Sell.