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MEET THE MENTORS!

Mentor Sheila Spangler Story Norris Krueger, PhD  Photo Kimberlee Miller Thanks for all the great responses to the first iteration of “Meet the Mentors” in Greenbelt Magazine – I am grateful, the mentors are grateful and Idaho Media’s advertisers are ...

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Cal’s Cancer Journey

On Mar. 23 and 24, Mike Chillstrom of Boise, ID is participating in the Pulse 100-Mile Endurance Run in Eagle and is raising funds for Children’s Cancer Research Fund. Within just 32-hours, Mike will complete the endurance run in memory ...

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Westridge Ranch

Black Canyon Reservoir and Hunter’s Cove Driving down State Highway 52 from Emmett to Horseshoe Bend, there is a surprising lack of development along Black Canyon Reservoir. The concrete remnants of the old irrigation canal follow alongside the highway to ...

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Local Artist Kevin McCain

Living and Painting in the West By Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller “Impressionism—it is the birth of light in painting.” – Robert Delaunay, French painter Inspired by French and California Impressionists, Kevin McCain, local artist, has been painting scenery and ...

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Olive and Vyne

A taste of big flavor with an infusion of health benefits. By Shelly West Located in North Channel Center in Eagle, co-owners Hope Manna and Kellie Allred, are delighted to be celebrating Olive and Vyne’s fourth anniversary in April! At ...

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Roost on the River

Roost Gift & Home Finds Solid Footing By Brad Carlson  Photos Kimberlee Miller A pleasant early surprise at Roost Gift & Home involved two lines of candles that owners Laurel and Scott Meyer stocked in their then-new store on South ...

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Yummy!

Specialty Treats at Lilly Jane’s Cupcakes By Janelle Stear   Photos by Kimberlee Miller Walking into Lilly Jane’s Cupcakes is like walking into a magical dream full of delicate and delicious morsels. The bright vivid pinks, blues, greens are arranged ...

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Geeko Labs

STEM of the Future Story Kayli Corbin   Photos Kimberlee Miller STEM Matters 2018, a recent event held at Boise’s Capital Building, highlighted hands-on activities and current projects in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The emphasis ...

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Health from the Inside Out

Eat veggies. Get outside. Sleep well. And live happily ever after! Story Megan Bryant But, seriously. Those three tasks seem like a no brainer, yet we’ve been conditioned as a society, subliminally or otherwise, to do everything but. Turns out, ...

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2018 Home Contractors!

Quality Picks Veronica Lemaster While the weather is undergoing change, it’s a good time to think about the changes that need to be done to your home. Rather it be a new property, or one that needs a little love, ...

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