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New EHS Volleyball Coach Hartman Nets Gains

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson In 2010, Hartman became Idaho’s athletic oddity, since boys’ high school volleyball is lacking and upon graduating from EHS, he landed a college scholarship to play volleyball. But Hartman spent his earlier ...

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Grinkers Vintage Arcade: Insert Coin

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Jim Peterson “I grew up as a kid in the ‘80s, every Saturday morning I’d get on my bike with a pocket full of quarters and ride to the local arcade until I ran out ...

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RC Track Plans Revving Up

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson The nonprofit Treasure Valley R/C Racers Club and the City of Eagle are moving forward with plans for a two-acre, off-road track where small-scale remote-controlled buggies can race. The two-acre project is ...

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Local Choir Eagle Song Soaring at Carnegie Hall

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Nampa-based community choir Eagle Song will soon be soaring at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Sunday, November 19, 2017, thanks to an invitation from conductor and composer Mark Hayes, who asked them to ...

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Porterhouse Market Just Pulls You In

Story by Lindsay Prigmore, Photos by Jim Peterson If you could have a sommelier for steaks Dave Faulk would be it. He is the Eagle, Idaho carnivore’s connoisseur with his Traeger grills fired up just outside of his Porterhouse Market, ...

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Idaho Rockets Flying In Washington D.C.

Story by Don Cook Amidst the baseball, tennis, softball, track and other local sports happening this past Mother’s Day weekend, there was a little-known national model rocket competition occurring as well. Each year at this time, students from schools around ...

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Spring Brings Patio Dining

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson BARDENAY Gaze on the Greenbelt or shimmering pond while you dine among flowering cascades of color on Bardenay’s spacious patio. The first restaurant in the United States to include an in-restaurant distillery in 2000, Bardenay’s ...

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Plein Air in Plain Sight

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson & Jean Wolford It’s almost summer and color is blooming everywhere. Mother Nature will inspire more than 50 artists who will paint, draw, and sketch the natural landscape at the 3rd Annual ...

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Channel Your Garden Fever

Story by Andrea Bruce-Niederer, Photos by Amanda Bruce-Niederer  After a long winter, the incredible beauty of spring has a way of stimulating our senses and propelling us into the garden.  However, with so many gardening possibilities in our sunny climate ...

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Delivering Love, Laughter, and Lasting Mementos

Story by Ashley Hand, Photos by Jim Peterson The first things you’re likely to notice about Andy Morris are her striking auburn hair and bright smile; she’s got colorful tattoos on her forearms, wears little to no makeup, and is ...

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