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(KHQ)  In a small town like Tonasket, Washington it's not uncommon for people to do more than one job.

"We all wear a lot of hats in town," Yvonne Kennedy says. 

She is the Tonasket Police Department secretary.

Around 1,000 people call the town home.

Rob Burks doesn't make a living off being a tattoo artist, but says he enjoys hearing the stories of people. 

"Sometimes you sit with people for hours tattooing." Burks says "You've got nothing to do but talk. You really get to know people."

Burks discovered tattooing a few years ago. He practiced on himself then on a friend and decided it would be his retirement plan.

He's also the Chief of Police in Tonasket.

Read more at KHQ.
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