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Eagle Museum

From Humble Beginnings, Eagle Soars By Liza Long Photos Kimberlee Miller If you think driving on Eagle Road during rush hour is a challenge, imagine fording the Boise River to get to town. That’s what Eagle’s first residents had to ...

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Moonsong Malamute Rescue

By Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller There is something about looking into the eyes of a dog that is so heart-warming, so comforting, that one can’t help but fall in love immediately. This is the exact caring mentality that brought ...

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Aha! Camp with Carolyn Casey

Allowing Yourself the Moment for Aha’s Story Megan Bryant  Photographs Kimberlee Miller The first item on the official Women’s Aha! Camp packing list is “Nothing Tight or Squeezy.” Say no more. Where do I sign up? This is the eighth ...

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Second Avenue

Consignment, gifts, and more! Veronica LeMaster When Linda Western wanted a change from teaching ballet and tap dance, she saw a need to add something fun to downtown Eagle. Nearly fifteen years later, her store, Second Avenue, has become an ...

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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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