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Quilting on the Grid

by Sara Mitton Cox, photos by Jim Peterson Several years ago, Mary Grover imagined a product that would make the art of quilting easier, cheaper, and accessible to so many women who longed to do it. And unlike most people ...

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Data storage change hits Idaho

Greatest thing since sliced bread! As the technology world advances businesses are beginning to migrate away from proprietary systems and becoming more aware of “open source” solutions, a non-proprietary option, and in our case this is storage. This solution is ...

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Blazing New Trails

by Sara Mitton Cox, photos by Jim Peterson This time of year, outdoor enthusiasts of all ages flock to the impressive recreational opportunities at the Ada/Eagle Sports Complex. Located on Old Horseshoe Bend Road, just north of Floating Feather, it ...

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The Delias Cook Up Delicious Treats at On a Roll Deli

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jim Peterson “The first question everyone asks us is…what part of New York are you from?” says Geri Delia, owner of On a Roll Deli, with her husband Tony. “We are not New Yorkers,” ...

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Local Charity Gives Injured Vet A Fresh Start

by Eagle Magazine, photos courtesy of 208Cares In 2012, it looked like Bradley Wells’ life was over, but now an Eagle, Idaho charity has given him a fresh start. 208 Cares, a local charity that provides housing for disabled veterans, ...

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A Clear New Vision

Eagle Vision One’s Eye-catching Location Serves the Growing Eagle Community by Liza Long, photos by Jim Peterson “Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.”—Jonathan Swift Since 2001, Eagle Vision One’s caring and skilled optometrists have been serving our community’s ...

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Specialty Labs Introduces Mobile Services

Quick, Easy and Onsite Lab Testing by Sara Mitton Cox, photos by Jim Peterson Specialty Labs in Eagle has offered an alternative for patients needing lab work across the Treasure Valley for the last six years. Patients can bring their ...

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The Colors of Heroes

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Jack Flogel Eagle’s Merrill Park will be transformed on May 20th to a Field of Honor when volunteers gather to fill it with 600 U.S. flags in perfect rows. It’s appropriate that it happen in Merrill Park ...

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Fine Art in Eagle

by Bavani Purushothaman, photos by Jim Peterson The arts are alive in Eagle! Stepping into the Gallery at Finer Frames, my expectation of walking into a little framing shop was pleasantly transformed by the sight of a beautiful, spacious art gallery. Columns of unique, grand ...

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Landis Creates Large-scale Art, Drop by Drop, in New Studio

by Brad Carlson, photography by Jim Peterson Artist Renee Landis has something in common with various popular music performers whose work frequently inspires her: She moved from a homely garage to a concert venue. Visitors to Revolution Concert House & ...

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