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Your Health Pros

Healthcare in Eagle By Jessica McAnally, Photography by Cy Gilbert With the boom of the healthcare industry, Eagle has found itself at the epicenter of a growing number of highly qualified providers and other members of the health and wellness ...

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Jeff Smith

An Idaho Inspiration By Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Cy Gilbert When looking to find a place in this world, you often start with nothing and work your way up. The beauty about starting with nothing is that you have absolutely ...

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Listen Local

Live Music Around Eagle By Jessica McAnally, Photography by Cy Gilbert Summer has arrived and patio season is in full swing in the Treasure Valley. There is no need to travel far for your evening’s entertainment since many Eagle venues ...

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Spoiled

Eagle’s The Spoiled Dog By Amy Larson, Photography by Cy Gilbert Dog grooming business owner Melinda Carlson took a deep breath. Though she was typically far more comfortable around furry creatures than speaking publicly in front of a large crowd, ...

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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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KRYPTEK

Battlefield to Backcountry By Nicole Christensen Pettinger, Photography courtesy of Kryptek KRYPTEK. Kryptos: Greek word meaning “hidden or secret.” Techno: Greek word meaning “art, craft, or skill.” The name Kryptek as intended by its founders, Butch Whiting and Josh Cleghorn ...

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Badge of Honor

Eagle Police Chief Patrick Calley By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert Born in Butte, Montana, the home of Evel Knievel, Patrick Calley has been making leaps in his career, but not over cavernous gorges. His father, George, was ...

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Men of Vision

The McLeod Family in Idaho By Mayor Jim Reynolds For three generations, the McLeod Family have been visionary leaders in the Treasure Valley.  Hailing from Scotland, Colin McLeod conceived a sheep ranch to dwarf those of his native land.  Colin ...

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Aloha Publishing

Local Book Publisher Makes Publishing Fun and Simple By Tobe Brockner, Photography by Tobe Brockner and courtesy of Thinkstock Author Joseph Epsteain cites that a study revealed over 81% of Americans would like to write and publish a book. That’s ...

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A River Runs Through It

How Boise Got Its Greenbelt By Amy Larson, Photography by Cy Gilbert and courtesy of the City of Boise In the 1960s, city councilman Bill Onweiler brainstormed with associates about how to keep people from building within the Boise River’s ...

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