November 21, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 31

A psychological thriller of a Coug fan in Eagle lands

Bill Jackline sat at a table and said with a friendly smile, "In May of this year I will have spent 35 years working as a school psychologist in some way, shape or form. During those 35 years I've worked with all age groups from toddlers to adults and saw as many people as there are in some small towns that would equal together the whole population of the state of Washington."

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Luella Dow
Bill Jackline says psychology found him.

In the early days Jackline had not expected to pursue a career in psychology. He said, "Psychology found me as a little bargain. I was persuaded to try it and liked it." He received his bachelor degree in West Virgini...

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