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Desperation to Inspiration

Story and Photography by Nicole Pettinger   To objectify the person of Greg Ruppert I’d consider him a kaleidoscope: completely colorful in character, energy shifting in charismatic bounds of a prism under a summer sun. Greg truly is a rare ...

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Shoe Heaven

By Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   Shoehound (n.) someone who obsessively purchases shoes (UrbanDictionary.com) As any girl knows, the right pair of shoes can make an entire outfit—and now there’s a perfect place to find that perfect pair. ...

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Lost and Found

Local Artist Kris Hargis By Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   Kris Hargis is many things: a nationally recognized artist and illustrator, a graduate student in Boise State University’s MFA program, and a skilled carpenter. But above all else, ...

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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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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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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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Come home to Tamarack

Local Ski Resort Provides Idaho with Global Amenities By Liza Long Photography courtesy of Tamarack  Tamarack is back. Idaho’s family-friendly four-season resort, nestled in the pristine Central Mountains less than two hours from Boise, has started an exciting new chapter that ...

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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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470 PAIRS OF LITTLE HANDS

Story and Photography by Nicole Pettinger Spearheading a colorful vision with intense passion and humbleness, Christian Housel is the new Principal of Eagle Elementary School of the Arts. With 23 years as an educator, and 16 years as an administrator, ...

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Eagle’s Finest

By Tobe Brockner Photography by Marshall Nichols  The grinding and crunching of metal was deafening. As the Jaws of Life machine was switched off, the door to the car fell away. “And that’s how you cut a door off a car,” ...

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