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March 31, 2013 8:58 AM

Sandy Hook fallout echoes in Idaho

Every student who walks by Geoff Rowe gets the same once-over - a split-second, head-to-toe glance he's practiced so often, he doesn't even know he's doing it. Mostly, Rowe is looking for the mundane stuff: identification badge, hall pass, some indication of what the student's up to. But that mundane stuff is part of the work he does to keep Mountain View High School in Meridian from suffering the kind of heartbreak that made "Sandy Hook" and "Columbine" synonyms for tragedy.

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