Amy Allred puts clean dishes away on Sept. 22 at her Filer home. Allred is creating a new life for herself after leaving a relationship riddled with domestic violence.
Amy Allred puts clean dishes away on Sept. 22 at her Filer home. Allred is creating a new life for herself after leaving a relationship riddled with domestic violence. Laurie Welch Times-News
Amy Allred puts clean dishes away on Sept. 22 at her Filer home. Allred is creating a new life for herself after leaving a relationship riddled with domestic violence. Laurie Welch Times-News

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