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Build a Better Life

Story by Brittany Sailors, Photos Courtesy Ernest Lombard Have you ever found yourself pining for someone else’s lifestyle? It’s easy to become discontented when we are certain the grass is greener in our neighbor’s yard. Social media further distorts the ...

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Chamber Grows Golf Classic

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos Courtesy Pete Dover Eagle Chamber Classic Golf Tournament participation is expected to grow again this year thanks to an improving economy and organizers’ efforts in making subtle changes. The tournament raises funds for the Eagle ...

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Need a Lift?

Story by Brittany Sailors, Photos Courtesy of LIFT As a female entrepreneur living in the Treasure Valley, I take every opportunity to grow my connections within the community. When I heard about an event called LIFT (LIVE: Inspired. Fearless. Thriving.), ...

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Eagle Rodeo Rides Growth Wave

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson Eagle Rodeo President and confirmed go-getter Tracy Baggerly this year will happily round up more bleacher-style seating to ease recent standing-room-only crowding. It’s a nice problem to have for an event that ...

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The Flying Clock

Story by Kathy Jo Lynne, Photos by Ron Huckins As I turned into the driveway of LaThare Bodily’s home in Eagle, Idaho, I never dreamed I would leave nearly two hours later with a whole new appreciation of the smart ...

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Business Broker Laska Likes Eagle Office View

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson The business of selling businesses looks a bit different lately to veteran practitioner Bill Laska, who likes what he sees: some increased activity, and many clients happy to park in front of ...

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A Taste of Italy

Story & Photos by Ken Levy The formula for success can be complicated, indeed. But one thing you can bank on is the simplicity of the fresh, bountiful recipes served at da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant in downtown Eagle. Dubbing itself ...

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Life is a Cabernet

Story by Liza Long, Photos by Jim Peterson To say that 2016 was a busy year for Eagle author Elaine Ambrose is an understatement. The award-winning author of Midlife Cabernet, Menopause Sucks, and other books, spoke at four national conferences ...

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Rembrandt’s Reimagined

Rembrandts Reimagines

by Brittany Sailors If you live in Eagle, you are likely familiar with the little church-turned-coffeehouse proudly standing along Eagle Rd, in the heart of our city. Rembrandt’s Coffeehouse has become a community staple since opening its doors in 2004. ...

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New Year, New You

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson The New Year is a time to set goals for improvement, whether it is to establish a new fitness regimen, improve our skills or increase our knowledge, get a check up on finances, find ways to save money or ...

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