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  • Romance novelist Rachel Gibson

    By Brad Carlson    Photography Kimberlee Miller In 1991, a dozen years after she graduated from Bois...

  • BMX!

    Story by Liza Long | Photos by Jim Peterson   On any given autumn Saturday, if you drive up Old...

  • RC Track Plans Revving Up

    Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson The nonprofit Treasure Valley R/C Racers Club and the ...

  • Groundbreaking Treatment in the Treasure Valley

    Story by Brittney Byrne, Photos by Jim Peterson According to Dr. Kent at Treasure Valley TMS, 15% &#...

  • The Flying Clock

    Story by Kathy Jo Lynne, Photos by Ron Huckins As I turned into the driveway of LaThare Bodily’s hom...

Romance novelist Rachel Gibson

By Brad Carlson    Photography Kimberlee Miller In 1991, a dozen years after she graduated from Boise High School, Rachel Gibson took the first step on a path that would lead her to become a New York Times and USA ...

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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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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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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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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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A Banner Year for #MyMeridian

by Tammy deWeerd January is the start of a new year, when we set new goals and resolutions. As we usher in this new year, I’m focused on preparing my State of the City address. We are a thriving community ...

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Practice Makes Practice

Eagle Yoga House Founder, Susan Dusho on Life, Yoga and Finding Balance by Liza Long, photos by Jim Peterson For Susan Dusho, yoga practice is not about perfection—it’s about balance. In June 2012, with her husband Dennis’s help, Dusho realized ...

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The Man Behind The Shine

Dan Abel Brings Business Savvy to Eagle and Your Car by Jason Baumgartner, photos by Tiffany Howard For Eagle resident and Epic Shine Car Wash owner Dan Abel, starting a car wash company from scratch wasn’t always in the plan. ...

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It’s the Little Things that Matter

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jim Peterson “Camille Beckman is a lifestyle company,” shares Roshan Roghani-Ishaq, vice president of Camille Beckman in Eagle. “We create beautiful products for women and now beautiful experiences with the long-waited addition of the ...

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A Clear New Vision

Eagle Vision One’s Eye-catching Location Serves the Growing Eagle Community by Liza Long, photos by Jim Peterson “Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.”—Jonathan Swift Since 2001, Eagle Vision One’s caring and skilled optometrists have been serving our community’s ...

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