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  • Betsy Winkler's husband is in long-term care. That's changed her life - and her budget.

    Every month, the Kuna resident pays thousands of dollars a month for David Winkler's care in an assisted living facility. And Winkler? She works to make do. "Nothing's going to stop me from taking care of the man I love. He is the light of my life," Betsy said.

Every month, the Kuna resident pays thousands of dollars a month for David Winkler's care in an assisted living facility. And Winkler? She works to make do. "Nothing's going to stop me from taking care of the man I love. He is the light of my life," Betsy said. Travis Meier tmeier@idahostatesman.com
Every month, the Kuna resident pays thousands of dollars a month for David Winkler's care in an assisted living facility. And Winkler? She works to make do. "Nothing's going to stop me from taking care of the man I love. He is the light of my life," Betsy said. Travis Meier tmeier@idahostatesman.com

She eats out of dumpsters so she can afford long-term care for her husband

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