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Idaho Rockets Flying In Washington D.C.

Story by Don Cook Amidst the baseball, tennis, softball, track and other local sports happening this past Mother’s Day weekend, there was a little-known national model rocket competition occurring as well. Each year at this time, students from schools around ...

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Modern Bohemian Dream Catcher Artist

Story by Brandi Roberts, Photos by Jim Peterson Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took a chance, a seemingly crazy chance, to put your stable job on hold and follow your passion? Stephanie Swendall, a 2002 Eagle High School ...

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Life is a Cabernet

Story by Liza Long, Photos by Jim Peterson To say that 2016 was a busy year for Eagle author Elaine Ambrose is an understatement. The award-winning author of Midlife Cabernet, Menopause Sucks, and other books, spoke at four national conferences ...

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An Athlete with a Different Focus

by Pierce Koehn The College of Idaho, a private liberal arts school in Caldwell, recently reinstated its football program after a 37-year hiatus. And the Coyotes’ first recruit, Marcus Lenhardt, is a perfect example of what it means to be ...

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Stafford Smith

Young Racer Nets Individual, Team Accomplishments by Brad Carlson, photos by Ronley Huckins  For race driver Stafford Smith, the call came about a month shy of his 18th birthday. It was time to strap into a car with more than ...

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Creating Waves For Women

Eagle’s Jennifer Meyer Helps Women Entrepreneurs To Realize Their Dreams by Liza Long, photos by Jim Peterson Women are enjoying tremendous gains in a variety of careers. But women entrepreneurs and the investors who fund them are still under-represented in ...

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The Activity Group Grows, Quietly

by Brad Carlson, photos by Jim Peterson When the trauma-geared medical solutions you supply end up in the hands of military and civilian first responders working with no time to spare in challenging settings, your company’s growth can seem of ...

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Face to Face with Tracey Andrus

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photography by Jim Peterson As one of three daughters of former Governor Cecil Andrus, Tracy Andrus understands the importance of vision, perseverance, and passion.  She recently shared with us what she likes best about the Gem ...

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Getting a Kick Out of Life with Eagle High School’s Soccer Team

Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Women’s Soccer Coach Stephanie Fornander teaches her Eagle High students about making goals but not just on the field. Last year, Fornander and her team raised money for RODS–Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome, and achieved a goal they ...

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Idaho Creative Authors Network

By Pamela Kielbrink Thompson, Photography by Jim Peterson If you dream of being a published author, Idaho Creative Authors Network (ICAN) can help you. Founded in late summer 2015 with a Facebook page and website that launched in September,  ICAN ...

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