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Idaho Perio

Story by Kathy Jo Lynne | Images by Ron Huckins   What’s the first thing you notice when you arrive for an appointment at Idaho Perio, beyond the beautifully decorated waiting room and friendly office staff?  My guess is that ...

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Weekend Getaway!

Story by Drew Dodson | Photos Submitted   If you’re curious to learn about Eagle’s burgeoning wine industry, you may be interested in the upcoming “Taste the Terroir” Eagle Community Dinner, held in Lakeshore Plaza. The event will celebrate Eagle’s ...

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Eagle Vineyards

In the wine industry, an AVA designates a specific geographic region as historically and topographically distinct, producing wines with distinguishable characteristics. Historically, most wine grown in Idaho, as well as some areas of eastern Oregon, had been a part of ...

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The Barefoot C.E.O.

Story by PAMELA KLEIBRINK THOMPSON | Photos by JIM PETERSON   “Great companies can start anywhere in the world,” declared Russell Brunson, CEO/Founder of ClickFunnels. “They don’t have to be in Silicon Valley. They can be started right here in ...

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Katie Ware Tennis

Story by Brad Carlson | Photos by Jean Wolford   Tennis got into Katie Ware’s blood almost as fast as a passing shot down the line. Before she became Eagle High School’s tennis coach and the owner-operator of a business ...

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INsideOUT Salon

Story by Brad Carlson | Photos by Jim Peterson Growing revenue and a broadening clientele aren’t all that Dawn Maglish, founder of the nonprofit INsideOUT Salon, appreciates as the salon approaches its six-year anniversary in November. Its ability to raise ...

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BMX!

Story by Liza Long | Photos by Jim Peterson   On any given autumn Saturday, if you drive up Old Horseshoe Bend Road in Eagle, you’ll find a bicycle-lover’s paradise. Sitting on the cool grass in the shade of autumn ...

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A Day In Eagle

Story by Tia Crabtree, Photos by Jean Wolford SUMMER FUN WITH KIDS! Explore & Play! It’s been an unpredictable year for weather. Each morning we ask Alexa “what’s the weather” or we Google our WeatherBug app for details because it’s ...

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Great Places to Live

Story by Chelsea Chambers Crossley Park – North of Eagle Island State Park Entrance Owning a home can be hard work. Lawn maintenance and building upkeep alone can make home ownership a hassle. Crossley Park eliminates the worries of home ...

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Patio Mania

Courtyard Elegance in Eagle for unique patio accessories. Long summer days and cool evenings with useful items that comfort, protect, organize and entertain.   Meori If you’re hitting the Shakespeare Festival this is must!  The name meori marries two Japanese ...

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