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Avimor: A Center for Community

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by CSHQA Located eight miles north of Eagle in the foothills above Boise, Avimor is a charming community built around a central village square. From nearly anywhere in Avimor, a beautiful hike in Idaho’s ...

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If I Only Had A Brain-A PCS Brain

High-tech learning space for young people. Story by Laura Wolstenholme Photos by Tia Crabtree A new high-tech learning Lab for young people has just opened in Eagle. PCS EdventuresLab has an eight-foot tall robot, a 3-D printer, a marvelous “PCS ...

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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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Idaho Pizza Company

Eagle makes number fifteen for the Idaho based company. By Nicole Sharp Photography by John Webster Just when you thought Eagle couldn’t get any better when it comes to choices in dining out, Idaho Pizza Company is coming to town. ...

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The Essence of Good Taste

Olive and Vyne’s Tasting Room in Eagle Turns Meals into Conversations By Liza Long Photography by John Webster Are you looking for a simple way to transform your simple summer salad into haute cuisine? Do you need a special gift ...

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Summertime in Eagle

While Eagle is a fantastic place to live, work, and play year-round, my personal favorite time of year here is summer. To me, there’s no better experience than sitting on a restaurant patio enjoying the setting summer sun over the ...

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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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Perseverance, Commitment & Lifestyle

Tren Long to compete in 2016 Rio Olympics Story and Photos by Nicole Christensen Pettinger Passionate intensity is how Tren Long approaches all aspects of his life. Whether you are watching him compete and run in the NWSC Northwest Submission ...

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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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These Hands

1. Color 2. Shape 3. Nature 4. Commitment 5. Adrenaline Flow Story and Photography by Nicole Christensen Close your eyes for a moment and recall back to a drive into the woods. You smell the abundance of beautiful forest pines, ...

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