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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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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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2015 St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway

By Nicole Sharp Photography by John Webster This year marks the 10th Annual St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway in Boise. I’m sure you’ve heard the ads before: buy a ticket for a chance to win a house! It’s a fun and ...

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More Than A Game

The new head coach of the boy’s basketball team at Eagle High School endeavors to teach his players more than just a sport By Jacob Rivers Photography by Pete Grady  Coach Wells is an Idaho native who grew up in ...

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Natural Fusion

By Amy Larson Photography by Pete Grady  Christopher Gibson grew up in a family that loved nature. His creativity found its roots outdoors. “I remember looking into the river when I was about five, noticing sparkling mica, water flowing over ...

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THE AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT

by Mayor Jim Reynolds One of the many things early American settlers escaped was the strict regulatory nature of European Guilds. An improvement over manor life, the Guilds grew increasingly regulatory toward creativity as craftsmen sought to protect their livelihood. ...

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January Community Note

Dear Readers, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and are enjoying the New Year. Here at Eagle Magazine we’ve had our hands full picking out the best and the brightest stories to bring to you, but we ...

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Raising Entrepreneurs

Local Entrepenuer Tobe Brockner passes on the business spirit story by Amy Larson photography by Marshall Smith Tobe Brockner’s passion for entrepreneurialism is in his blood. As a child, he observed his grandfather, Grady Brockner, turn his finance company into ...

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The Warhawk Air Museum Turns 25

Full of vintage airplanes, equipment, and soldiers’ stories, the museum keeps growing and creating connections in the Veterans’ community. An exciting year ahead: the museum will honor the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, and its veterans, hosting 6 free ...

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Supplemental Income

Add once scoop “ambition” to 6-8 ounces of “passion.” Stir until completely dissolved. Drink immediately. story by Jason Baumgartner photography by Pete Grady “A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” ~ ...

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