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Dryland Dogs

Too Mush Cuteness By Elle Parker Four paws on the ground. Harness secured. Mind prepared. This can only mean one thing: it’s time to mush. At the mention of “dog sledding,” most people think of Alaska, huskies, and mounds of ...

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Eagle High Alumni

Camaraderie, Community, and Careers By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller High school is a time where you begin to craft the adult you’ll become. You learn what’s important to you, you form meaningful relationships, you begin to process what ...

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Salon Couture

Striving to be the Best at Bringing out the Best in you By Haley Grugel Photos by Maike Munden Salon Couture came to life in 2009 and will be celebrating its ten year anniversary this April. Located on Riverside Drive ...

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Warming Up with Whiskey

Seasonal Cocktails and Comfort Food for the Senses By Brittney Byrne Photos Kimberlee Miller The weather is cooling down and as fall turns into winter, mojitos and margaritas are replaced with the warmth of whiskey paired with seasonal spices and ...

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Hall Academy

Teens find their life passion By Barb Shelley Photo Credit: Laurie and Donald Hall, CO-Founders. Hall Institute for the Arts What if you could create a high school where: the atmosphere was peaceful and happy, 100 percent of the students ...

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Specialized Care with a Holistic Approach

Eagle Welcomes Dr. James Chappell and the Chappell Integrative Wellness Center By Janelle Stear Photos by Kimberlee Miller The room is calm, aesthetic. The soothing sounds of a tabletop fountain and dimmed lighting make you feel at ease. A doctor ...

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Rembrandts Three Trees Community Initiative

Eagle Restaurants Give Back to the Community By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Kimberlee Miller Rembrandts and CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill Rembrandts has been a place of gathering in Eagle for over a decade. In the last two years, under the ...

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Woman of Steel Turns to Bronze

Irene Deely By Barb Shelley Photos by Maike Munden and Submitted by Irene Deely Some artists would have given up when—after 25 years as the Woman of Steel, and the creation of hundreds of welded steel sculptures—she triggered an allergy ...

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Are you ready?

All of these kids are local and on their way to success! Prep your child as early as Junior High for college. Guidance and knowledge are priceless.

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