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These Hands That Paint the Mind’s Visions

Photography and Story by Nicole Christensen Pettinger   A treasure chest of color is about to open its door at The Eagle Art Gallery, located at 50 2nd St., in the heart of downtown Eagle. Owner Stephen Douglas is a ...

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Net Gain: Connor Armstrong

By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photo by Pete Grady   “No matter how well I played that day, I can always do better.  Whether it is running, endurance or footwork, I can always practice harder, play harder to reach those goals!” ...

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Why the Emphasis on Athletics in Schools?

The Role of Sports in Academics By Jessica McAnally Photography by Pete Grady  There is growing debate surrounding athletics and their place in academics. With the shrinking budget allotted to public schools, many districts are being forced to cut back and ...

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More Than A Game

The new head coach of the boy’s basketball team at Eagle High School endeavors to teach his players more than just a sport By Jacob Rivers Photography by Pete Grady  Coach Wells is an Idaho native who grew up in ...

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The Warhawk Air Museum Turns 25

Full of vintage airplanes, equipment, and soldiers’ stories, the museum keeps growing and creating connections in the Veterans’ community. An exciting year ahead: the museum will honor the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, and its veterans, hosting 6 free ...

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Evolution of a filmmaker: Michael Margulies, ASC

Local filmmaker shows how art is born by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Eagle resident Michael D. Margulies, ASC, worked for over 35 years as a cinematographer for feature films, television movies, and commercials. He has 77 credits as a cinematographer and has ...

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The Family Behind the Football

A unique insight into new Bronco Head Coach Bryan Harsin’s family and lifestyle. Story and photography by Nicole Pettinger Who are the Harsins? This is a question that piques and intrigues many, and as I set out to do this ...

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Hall of Fame

The Stellar Appeal of the Hall International Academy Story by Kirk Walton Photography by Pete Grady and Hailey Jackson Hall International Academy is a truly new kind of school.  In this one building, they have brought together a high-caliber college ...

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Interview with Crooked Flats Co-Owner Kelly Knopp

Story and Photo by Nicole Christensen Pettinger Boldness in action comes to mind when I think of each encounter I’ve had with Kelly Knopp. His jovial attitude and matching intensity makes for an interesting concoction; just like his 40+ artistic ...

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Bricknowlogy—Lego Heaven

A retail store that’s also a sanctuary and school for builders. By Laura Wolstenholme Photography by Candace Sweet When my two Lego-maniacs were younger, they yearned for a Lego play-land closer to home than the official one in Carlsbad, California. ...

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