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Community-Funded Technology

by Joanna O’Donnell Eagle’s North Star Charter School received a boost of funding through their first annual fund campaign, successfully raising $77,525 for new technology in the classrooms. The North Star community of parents, staff and friends generously contributed to ...

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Where Traders Will Rise

A Local Couple is Taking Risks in Eagle by Kathy Jo Lynne, photos by Jim Peterson Ken and Trish Trader like to watch things grow. More than that, they like to embrace an idea, plant the seed, nourish it, cultivate ...

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Yule Love Our Country Christmas

Celebrate with Cookies, Cocoa and Yappy Hour By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photos by City of Eagle Country Christmas is a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season with family, friends, and neighbors,” says Caitlin Straubinger, Recreation Coordinator, City of ...

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Oh, What a Fright

Stay Entertained on Halloween by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson If you want to do something other than trick-or-treat on Halloween, check out the festivities at Twin Oaks Farms, an operating farm located north of Beacon Light on Eagle Road, home of ...

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Fight Fire With Training

Nick Landry, Division Chief of Training and Education, Eagle Fire Department by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Lance Thompson I lived in Idaho for a short time as a child and had always planned to move back if given the ...

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Teaching Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Jobs

by Liza Long “If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” –John Dewey, 20th century American philosopher and educational reformer In this divisive political season, there’s one thing nearly everyone can agree on: Our nation’s schools are ...

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Local Charity Gives Injured Vet A Fresh Start

by Eagle Magazine, photos courtesy of 208Cares In 2012, it looked like Bradley Wells’ life was over, but now an Eagle, Idaho charity has given him a fresh start. 208 Cares, a local charity that provides housing for disabled veterans, ...

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The Colors of Heroes

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jack Flogel Eagle’s Merrill Park will be transformed on May 20th to a Field of Honor when volunteers gather to fill it with 600 U.S. flags in perfect rows. It’s appropriate that it happen in Merrill Park ...

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Young at Any Age

Idaho Center for Regenerative Medicine Helps Clients Look and Feel Their Best by Liza Long, photography by Jim Peterson When I first met Dr. Robert Haake at his Eagle clinic, I thought he had stepped right out of a Norman ...

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Rising Strong

Daring in Idaho helps women to discover their inner joy. By Liza Long, Photography by Jim Peterson Nancy Nadolski wasn’t planning on changing the world. Then one afternoon while folding socks and washing dishes, she listened to Brene Brown’s inspiring viral TED talk on the power of ...

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