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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Violet’s Office

Story by Chelsea Chambers Photography by Pete Grady Violet’s Office recently opened the doors to their new location in order to serve the many small businesses in the Eagle area.  Owner Violet Clemons started Violet’s Office seven years ago, specializing in ...

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The Family Behind the Football

A unique insight into new Bronco Head Coach Bryan Harsin’s family and lifestyle. Story and photography by Nicole Pettinger Who are the Harsins? This is a question that piques and intrigues many, and as I set out to do this ...

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I am Liza Long’s Friend

Story by Elaine Ambrose Photography by Tia Crabtree Two years ago, Liza Long lived a quiet life as a single mother of four children, a talented employee at a local community college, and the writer of a blog. This fall, ...

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Progress: The New Perfect

For one family struggling with autism the right therapist made all the difference Story by Jason Baumgartner Photography by Pete Grady I used to view “progress” simply as a word that means we’re not there yet but we’re getting there; ...

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Scott Vance: Give me that Old Time Rock and Roll

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photogrpahy by Justin Hackworth Scott Vance, a native to the Eagle area, recently returned home to perform with his band, The New Electric Sound, at the Knitting Factory in Boise. Their songs and unique sound ...

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Eagle – Then and Now

From its inception, Eagle was a place of commerce.  Being right on the Boise River, it was always a trade route.  In the very early days, it was trade with the trappers, Native Americans, and later prospectors from the gold ...

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Time and Again

Exploring Eagle’s History through “Re-Photography” Story and photography by Pete Grady The arrow turns green on the signal at the Eagle Rd. and Hwy. 44 bypass.  I’m headed eastbound, turing left to get into downtown for an appointment at the ...

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3 Horse Ranch

Viticulture area to boost Eagle vineyards Story and photography by Ken Levy Hiding behind the foothills north of Eagle is an area filled with poor soil, sandy loam, and few marks of a prime agricultural area. Despite an environment that ...

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Venturing Out: Bicycling Joplin Road

An Out-of-the-way, Destination Ride for Every Level of Cyclist Story and photography by Pete Grady Temperatures are coming down, vacations have been performed and the kids are back in school, all of which direct our attention to activities close to ...

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Welcoming Fall

As the kids make the adjustment back to school and the nights get shorter, many of us here in Eagle are in need now more than ever of new ways to relax. The new school year can be stressful for ...

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