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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...

Art in Canvas and Glass

by Lonni Leavitt Barker, photography by Jim Peterson Stephen Douglas is a visionary. For years, he’s believed if he builds “it”, they will come. His “it” is a world class art gallery, the likes of which you would find in ...

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Movement Guides

An Interview with Owner, Kyle Sela By Jessica McAnally, Photography by Jim Peterson With fitness, it’s not only about going through the motions, but also about going through the correct motions to get the most out of your routine. Eagle resident Kyle Sela is a physical ...

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Karen’s Kitchen

Behind Eagle’s successful college athletes, there’s a mom who knows just what to feed them. By Liza Long, Photography by Jim Peterson Karen Mangum knows a thing or two about athletes and their appetites: she’s raised five of them. The ...

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Breaking Barrier Biases

Andy Johnson – paving the path for acceptance, inclusion, and health. By Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Phil White “Life’s too short for people to feel like there’s something wrong with them.” –Andy Johnson Andy Johnson has a noble aspiration for ...

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Badge of Honor

Eagle Police Chief Patrick Calley By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert Born in Butte, Montana, the home of Evel Knievel, Patrick Calley has been making leaps in his career, but not over cavernous gorges. His father, George, was ...

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What’s on Tap? Proletariat Wine!

Now being served at local Eagle restaurants. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Marshall Nichols “Wine should be for all people, including the working class, not just the wealthy.  Proletariat Wine Company’s tag line, ‘All for Wine, Wine for All’ ...

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Shoe Heaven

By Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   Shoehound (n.) someone who obsessively purchases shoes (UrbanDictionary.com) As any girl knows, the right pair of shoes can make an entire outfit—and now there’s a perfect place to find that perfect pair. ...

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Eagle’s Finest

By Tobe Brockner Photography by Marshall Nichols  The grinding and crunching of metal was deafening. As the Jaws of Life machine was switched off, the door to the car fell away. “And that’s how you cut a door off a car,” ...

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Raising Entrepreneurs

Local Entrepenuer Tobe Brockner passes on the business spirit story by Amy Larson photography by Marshall Smith Tobe Brockner’s passion for entrepreneurialism is in his blood. As a child, he observed his grandfather, Grady Brockner, turn his finance company into ...

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Scott Vance: Give me that Old Time Rock and Roll

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photogrpahy by Justin Hackworth Scott Vance, a native to the Eagle area, recently returned home to perform with his band, The New Electric Sound, at the Knitting Factory in Boise. Their songs and unique sound ...

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