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Community: Building A Home, Finding A Cure

Anticipation builds as local builders and community rally and prep for St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway in Eagle Creek Community. By Laura Wolstenholme Images courtesy of St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway When last year’s Treasure Valley winner of the St. ...

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The Arts: Psalm Sings of Life

Singer/Songwriter Naomi Psalm’s life has all the markings of a true musician on the verge of greatness. By Nicole Sharp Photography by Copper Chadwick Naomi Psalm grew up surrounded by music. Her parents, who Psalm describes as “free spirited hippie ...

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Real Estate: Legacy

The flourishing new community serves as a beacon of hope through troubled economic times. By Mike Johnson The city of Eagle contains a bevy of beautiful neighborhoods. For the past several decades, it seems as though Eagle has done nothing ...

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Health & Beauty: Text Me Maybe

As technology takes over our daily communications are we losing our hearts to the digital divide? By Emily Fonnesbeck Photography by Copper Chadwick It’s the twenty-first century and we are all neck-deep in technology. Gone are the days of dial-up, ...

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Face-2-Face: Three Rivers Ranch

Ron Sali opens his gates to Eagle Magazine for an exclusive glimpse of Three Rivers Ranch. By Kate Matthews Photography by Copper Chadwick and Courtesy of Ron Sali Just west of Eagle Road, nestled against the banks of the Boise ...

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Cuisine: Bodacious

Bold, audacious, remarkable and outstanding …these words describe a new Eagle restaurant as well its service. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Copper Chadwick Bodacious Pig Barbecue opened on March 25, near the intersection of Eagle Road and Old State ...

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Community Note

By Kate Matthews Not too long ago there used to be a saying around the community of Eagle, “Don’t gossip about a Fisher, because if you aren’t related, you will be.” Of course at that time there were only 500 ...

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The Wounded Walk

Eagle resident Adam Shatarsky joins forces with his best friend and fellow Marine Chris Senopole on a cross-country walk for the Wounded Warriors of America. By Kate Matthews Photography by Copper Chadwick On June 15, Corporal’s Adam Shatarsky and Chris ...

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The Spirit of Sun Valley

Eagle resident Elizabeth Fraley experiences the excitement and glamour of Hollywood at this year’s Sun Valley Film Festival. By Elizabeth Fraley Photos Courtesy of the Sun Valley Film Festival Once upon a time, Sun Valley, Idaho was known as the ...

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Out of the Shadows

Children’s Mental Health Week focuses on ending stigma and finding resources, in Idaho and across the nation. By Liza Long Artwork by Sheridan Smeade When you first meet Chelsea Zielinski you see a vivacious, yet angelic seven-year old with golden ...

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