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Christmas in the Village

A 19 year old Smoky Mountain tradition continues story by Nicole Sharp photography by John Webster Nineteen years ago, Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill opened its second location in Eagle, Idaho. A lot of people thought it was a strange decision—Eagle ...

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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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Toys for Tots

Local Boise tradition continues charitable work this holiday season story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by Lance Thompson Toys for Tots was founded by Major Bill Hendricks, United States Marine Corps Reserves in 1947.  The idea originated with his wife, ...

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The Holidays at Grandmas

An endearing remembrance of simpler times. The holiday season always meant going to Grandma’s house down at 13 Francis Street.  It was a two-story Early Craftsman style house with plenty of character.  Sitting well back on two acres, it had ...

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Idaho Regional Ballet presents The Nutcracker this December

story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson The Nutcracker premiered on Sunday, December 18, 1892 at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia.  With a score by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, the two-act ballet, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, debuted on a double-bill ...

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The Holidays in Eagle

As the leaves have changed and the air grows colder, I’m constantly reminded of how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful corner of the world. While many of you have had the pleasure of enjoying Idaho all ...

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Violet’s Office

Story by Chelsea Chambers Photography by Pete Grady Violet’s Office recently opened the doors to their new location in order to serve the many small businesses in the Eagle area.  Owner Violet Clemons started Violet’s Office seven years ago, specializing in ...

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The Family Behind the Football

A unique insight into new Bronco Head Coach Bryan Harsin’s family and lifestyle. Story and photography by Nicole Pettinger Who are the Harsins? This is a question that piques and intrigues many, and as I set out to do this ...

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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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Progress: The New Perfect

For one family struggling with autism the right therapist made all the difference Story by Jason Baumgartner Photography by Pete Grady I used to view “progress” simply as a word that means we’re not there yet but we’re getting there; ...

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