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This undated photo provided by HGTV.com shows a home work space designed by Tamara Eaton featuring an oversized pin-board extending all the way to the ceiling, perfect for displaying all the newest kids artwork coming in. An antique rotating cabinet, right, also provides useful storage with unique flair. (Tamara Eaton Design/HGTV.com/Scripps Netwroks LLC via AP)
A Castanova fishing net is pictured.
Volunteers are indexing approximately 1,100 pages of the old St. Francis Hospital patient intake records, much from 100 years ago. The information is very valuable for genealogists who are looking for ancestors and includes names, and things like ethnicity, religion, diagnosis, next of kin, etc. The project is a joint effort between Pikes Peak Library District and Pikes Peak Genealogical Society. Suzanne Mulligan, ,who is heading the project for the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society, looks through one of the old record books with volunteer, 83-year-old Maggie Steele in Special Collections at the Penrose Library on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. photo by Jerilee Bennett/The Gazette
FILE - In this Aug. 13, 2014 file photo, a student prepares to leave the Enterprise Attendance Center, southeast of Brookhaven Miss. Much can go unsaid between parents and teachers due to lack of time and opportunity, or the tender nature of some issues. Some teachers say they'd like parents to know how much home life bleeds into school. And they say they welcome more communication and trust. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 7, 2015 file photo, public school buses are parked in Springfield, Ill. Once upon a time, finding out how your child was doing in school could require weeks of patience. You waited for the parent-teacher conference, for a return phone call from school if you were concerned and, eventually, for a report card to land in the mailbox. Now, a growing number of families can get instant access to grades and other school information through online parent portals. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)
This undated photo provided by Target shows a door storage device. With storage at a premium in most dorm rooms, an over-the-door full length mirror hides a storage area for toiletries, jewelry and other items. (Target via AP)