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Life of a Surgeon

Dr. William H. Fredriksson By Krista Fennell, Photography by Cy Gilbert Holding the formaldehyde-soaked pig’s foot steady, I used a small scalpel to make my first incision. After some basic instruction, I prepared to suture the wound shut. Almost instantly, ...

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Steve Noyes: Eagle Bike Park Enthusiast

By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert Whether you are a beginner or an expert trail rider, the Eagle Bike Park offers features for all mountain bikers, and best of all, it’s free. You don’t even need a specialized ...

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Renew You

Coolscultping® at Renu Medispa By Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   Imagine if you could transform your lumps and bumps into smooth curves, without spending a single second in a surgery? Now you can, with CoolSculpting®, a revolutionary FDA-approved ...

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Tips for Happy Teeth

Talking Teeth with Dr. Mike Dolby of Cottonwood Dental By Amy Larson, Photography by Pete Grady   We may not think too deeply about our pearly whites until there are problems. Then, we think of nothing else. What can be ...

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Start Talking and Stop Pouting

By Dr. Tamara Simon Photography courtesy of Thinkstock  Every day, without exception, I hear women talk about how they feel their partner is not satisfied with their current level of intimacy. Usually, that means that my female patient, who has lost ...

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Holiday Fitness

Local experts offer their holiday tips and tricks story by Nicole Sharp They’re coming. The turkeys, the hams, the stuffings, the rolls, and Aunt Celeste’s famous chocolate caramel stuffed cookies. Oh, but you worked so hard this year to lose ...

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I am Liza Long’s Friend

Story by Elaine Ambrose Photography by Tia Crabtree Two years ago, Liza Long lived a quiet life as a single mother of four children, a talented employee at a local community college, and the writer of a blog. This fall, ...

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Work It

Eagle resident Lindsi Sanor gives you an ultimatum. Story by Dani Allsop Photography Courtesy of Ultimatum As a mother of four, Lindsi Sanor knows what it is like to be constantly on the go, with little time for herself. Despite ...

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Changing Lives

Mother’s Day cards give local refugees a chance to succeed. By Liza Long This Mother’s Day, one Eagle-based non-profit social enterprise will make a real difference in the lives of local refugees. Full Circle Exchange hired more than 60 refugees ...

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Berg Toys of Idaho

Local resident Scott Graf shares his connection and love for the Berg Go-kart. By EM Staff Writer Photography By James Max Scott Graf says this story starts about a year ago when his then 4 year old daughter, Camryn, became ...

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