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Equine Magic – Owners and their Beloved Horses

By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller “A horse is the projection of peoples’ dreams about themselves — strong, powerful, beautiful — and it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence.” – Pam Brown, Australian Poet Throughout history, there is ...

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Eagle Foothills Grape Growers Association

By Kayli Corbin Photography Kimberlee Miller The Eagle Foothills provide a harmonious balance of well-draining soil, abundant water sourced from the Snake River Aquifer, and south facing slopes that create the perfect environment needed for an American Viticulture Area (AVA). ...

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Pumpkin Foods – Something Different

Pumpkin Foods Something Different By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Kimberlee Miller Fall is upon us and you know what that means — pumpkin season! Sick of seeing the traditional pumpkin spice latte? Try these alternative pumpkin-inspired treats and give your ...

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Storytelling and a Love for Birds

Local Author, Nancy Gaenzle’s Children’s Book Series By Janelle Stear  Photos Kimberlee Miller For thirty-one years, Nancy Gaenzle taught fourth grade; now retired, she has blended her passion for educating children with a passion for her feathered friends. New to ...

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Get Out and Get Involved

Local Fly Fishing Organizations By Chelsea Chambers    Photos Kimberlee Miller “The first couple flies are barely representative of what you had in your head, but each tie becomes a better and better creation.” – Kurtis Tarbet Kurtis Tarbet and ...

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The Photography of Rob Hart

Drawing inspiration from the natural world Story Kayli Corbin Photos Kimberlee Miller Our ability to capture a moment, a memory, or an experience can fundamentally enrich us as humans. Creating a tangible keepsake to correlate with our abstract emotion adds ...

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Cordova Cooolers

Doug McMaster The new face of Cordova Coolers LLC Story by Veronica Lemaster  Photos by Kimberlee Miller Three years ago, what started off as a bet, Cordova Coolers emerged to save all adventurers from warm drinks with a unique style. ...

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Expansion International

Making Education Possible By Lauren Phillips Expansion International, a Treasure Valley Christian nonprofit, has a passion to help change lives for good. It began with friends from a local Boise church venturing to Africa in 2002. Today, Expansion continues their ...

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Camping Near Eagle

Find Your Awe in Idaho’s State Parks By: Jennifer Okerlund, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Photos by Kimberlee Miller Article Cover Photo Submitted by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Camping and spending time outdoors has a lengthy list ...

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Fueling a Firefighter

Inside the Fire Station By Megan Bryant Photos by Kimberlee Miller On a warm, sunny Sunday evening, I got to catch up with the “C” shift as they prepped for dinner. On the menu? Steak and veggie kabobs for the ...

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