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Favorite Foods of Fall

Autumn Treats You’re Sure to Fall For by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson One of my husband’s favorite fall foods is a caramel apple. Halloween, October 31 is National Caramel Apple Day. Did you know that there are special food holidays throughout ...

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Eagle HQs Factor Into Some Businesses’ Success

“Eagle has been a great place to do business for us” by Brad Carlson, photos by Mark Dyrud Tracy Lotz, CEO at vacation-rental technology pioneer LiveRez.com, is often asked about “that cool startup we have in Eagle,” even though the ...

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Creating Waves For Women

Eagle’s Jennifer Meyer Helps Women Entrepreneurs To Realize Their Dreams by Liza Long, photos by Jim Peterson Women are enjoying tremendous gains in a variety of careers. But women entrepreneurs and the investors who fund them are still under-represented in ...

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A Taste of Germany

Schnitzel Garten Offers True Bavarian Experience by Ken Levy From schnitzel to bratwurst to huge pork shanks, authentic German food can be found in just one German restaurant in the Treasure Valley. Eagle’s Schnitzel Garten serves up genuine—and memorable—traditional and ...

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Oh, What a Fright

Stay Entertained on Halloween by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson If you want to do something other than trick-or-treat on Halloween, check out the festivities at Twin Oaks Farms, an operating farm located north of Beacon Light on Eagle Road, home of ...

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The Man Behind The Shine

Dan Abel Brings Business Savvy to Eagle and Your Car by Jason Baumgartner, photos by Tiffany Howard For Eagle resident and Epic Shine Car Wash owner Dan Abel, starting a car wash company from scratch wasn’t always in the plan. ...

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Home Grown Health

Healthy Rootz is the Natural Way for Healthy Solutions by Brittany Sailors, photos by Jim Peterson Take a stroll down old State Street and you’ll find yourself immersed in an eclectic “vintage meets modern” atmosphere. Amid the storefronts of locally ...

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Fight Fire With Training

Nick Landry, Division Chief of Training and Education, Eagle Fire Department by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Lance Thompson I lived in Idaho for a short time as a child and had always planned to move back if given the ...

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Getting The Truth About Ruth

Ruth Romero has an Enthusiasm and Youthfulness that is Contagious by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Lance Thompson At age 47,Ruth Romero almost didn’t go to the interview that would change her life. Now 82, Ruth embodies an enthusiasm for ...

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Bridging The Gap

Rebuilding Generations Brings Together the Old and New by Brittany Sailors, photos by Jim Peterson Idaho is a state with no shortage of car enthusiasts, as is evidenced by the nearly twenty auto shows scheduled within the next thirty days ...

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