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  • Cordova Cooolers

    Doug McMaster The new face of Cordova Coolers LLC Story by Veronica Lemaster  Photos by Kimberlee Mi...

  • Draftech

    The Possibilities are Endless By Veronica Lemaster Photos by Kimberlee Miller “Turning Dreams into P...

  • Aha! Camp with Carolyn Casey

    Allowing Yourself the Moment for Aha’s Story Megan Bryant  Photographs Kimberlee Miller The first it...

  • MEET THE MENTORS!

    Mentor Sheila Spangler Story Norris Krueger, PhD  Photo Kimberlee Miller Thanks for all the great re...

  • Love From the Inside Out 

    Tammi Baliszewski on life, Kelsey Grammer, and love By Veronica LeMaster  Photo Kimberlee Miller Tam...

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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Perseverance, Commitment & Lifestyle

Tren Long to compete in 2016 Rio Olympics Story and Photos by Nicole Christensen Pettinger Passionate intensity is how Tren Long approaches all aspects of his life. Whether you are watching him compete and run in the NWSC Northwest Submission ...

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The Ultimate Passport

A creative plan of endless activities for kids to enjoy this summer. By Amy Larson Photography by John Webster When two like-minded dads with novel ideas come together and start a business, good things come to the Treasure Valley. Eric ...

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Actor Connor Williams

Eagle resident to star in UnMiracle, a movie by Director Andrew Papke. By Danielle Pryor Photography by UnMiracle As a rising young star in the Eagle community, actor Connor Williams will allow nothing to get in the way of achieving ...

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Stories of a Lifetime

Local author chronicles veterans and families to preserve their history. By Kristen Lynch Photography by Candace Sweet Americans love the underdog. We resonate to stories of those Davids who defeat their personal Goliaths, perhaps rising from humble and adverse circumstances, ...

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Planet Neptune

Meet the man behind the Eagle Terrain Park By Mark Stanley Photography by Tia Markland Crabtree

 If Ryan Neptune is an artist, his canvass is frozen water and steel. His creation is shared experience.

 The Boise businessman has been a ...

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