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Shop Making Sense!

Holiday Shopping Adventures in Eagle story and photography by Pete Grady The holidays are just around the corner and it’s time to dust off that credit card, take a spin by the ATM or finish submitting that home equity loan ...

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Raising Entrepreneurs

Local Entrepenuer Tobe Brockner passes on the business spirit story by Amy Larson photography by Marshall Smith Tobe Brockner’s passion for entrepreneurialism is in his blood. As a child, he observed his grandfather, Grady Brockner, turn his finance company into ...

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The Warhawk Air Museum Turns 25

Full of vintage airplanes, equipment, and soldiers’ stories, the museum keeps growing and creating connections in the Veterans’ community. An exciting year ahead: the museum will honor the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, and its veterans, hosting 6 free ...

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Eagle Residents Unite!

A Wish List of Community Features and Events story and photography by Pete Grady  With the holidays quickly approaching, the time for list making begins.  Did the kids mow the lawn, do their homework or observe your 2:30 AM curfew?  ...

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Supplemental Income

Add once scoop “ambition” to 6-8 ounces of “passion.” Stir until completely dissolved. Drink immediately. story by Jason Baumgartner photography by Pete Grady “A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” ~ ...

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Evolution of a filmmaker: Michael Margulies, ASC

Local filmmaker shows how art is born by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Eagle resident Michael D. Margulies, ASC, worked for over 35 years as a cinematographer for feature films, television movies, and commercials. He has 77 credits as a cinematographer and has ...

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Christmas in the Village

A 19 year old Smoky Mountain tradition continues story by Nicole Sharp photography by John Webster Nineteen years ago, Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill opened its second location in Eagle, Idaho. A lot of people thought it was a strange decision—Eagle ...

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Holiday Fitness

Local experts offer their holiday tips and tricks story by Nicole Sharp They’re coming. The turkeys, the hams, the stuffings, the rolls, and Aunt Celeste’s famous chocolate caramel stuffed cookies. Oh, but you worked so hard this year to lose ...

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Toys for Tots

Local Boise tradition continues charitable work this holiday season story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by Lance Thompson Toys for Tots was founded by Major Bill Hendricks, United States Marine Corps Reserves in 1947.  The idea originated with his wife, ...

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The Holidays at Grandmas

An endearing remembrance of simpler times. The holiday season always meant going to Grandma’s house down at 13 Francis Street.  It was a two-story Early Craftsman style house with plenty of character.  Sitting well back on two acres, it had ...

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