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Business is Strong at Super Strong Fitness

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson Jeff Kempthorne is happy to tell you how his fitness studio’s slow-motion approach to strength training can benefit almost anyone – if you can catch him for a few minutes. In usually ...

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We are Pes-Wies! “Payroll. The Easy Way.”

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson As you step into the office, Star Wars movie characters of eye-popping proportions spectacularly greet you, daring you to believe that the payroll and tax administration business can be fun! The doorway ...

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Groundbreaking Treatment in the Treasure Valley

Story by Brittney Byrne, Photos by Jim Peterson According to Dr. Kent at Treasure Valley TMS, 15% – 16% of the population is battling depression. Traditional remedies such as medication and therapy are one course of treatment, but what if ...

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Meet Treasure Valley’s Own, Entrepreneur Ron Despain

Story by Dawn Mello, Photos by Jim Peterson Desiring a break from the corporate world, Ron Despain, an active member of the manufacturing engineering community for over 25 years, was seeking a new business opportunity.  “It was time for a ...

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The Perks of Life

Story by Ken Levy, Photos by Jim Peterson Hot coffee, fresh food, and social empathy are among Heather Andrade’s offerings at The Perks of Life coffee and baked goods shop in Eagle.  That empathy comes from her desire to help ...

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Modern Bohemian Dream Catcher Artist

Story by Brandi Roberts, Photos by Jim Peterson Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took a chance, a seemingly crazy chance, to put your stable job on hold and follow your passion? Stephanie Swendall, a 2002 Eagle High School ...

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Top Doctors: Treasures of the Treasure Valley

STORY BY PAMELA KLEIBRINK THOMPSON  |  PHOTOS PROVIDED BY DOCTORS EAGLE ACUPUNCTURE Eagle residents have access to outstanding care from medical professionals at two regional health systems–St. Luke’s and St. Alphonus–as well as other local providers. Here are some of ...

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Virtual Reality Arrives in Idaho

Story by Brandi Roberts, Photos by Jim Peterson Your castle is being attacked by a scrambling horde of little paper men yielding shields and swords. You have a bow and arrow and must quickly launch an attack against them. They ...

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Meg Glasgow: Helping Artists Soar in Eagle

Story by Pamela Kleinbrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson “Making beautiful things is in my blood,” observes Meg Glasgow, owner of Finer Frames. Her father was a charcoal artist and cabinet maker. Her mother’s preferred medium was quilting. Glasgow’s daughter Emily ...

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Artist Byron Schexnayder Helps Preserve Local History

Story by Pamela Kleinbrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson Eagle’s colorful history is now accessible in black and white. A series of large-scale sketches depicting iconic scenes from Eagle’s history is hanging in Eagle City Hall. A four part series of drawings by ...

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