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Rembrandts Three Trees Community Initiative

Eagle Restaurants Give Back to the Community By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Kimberlee Miller Rembrandts and CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill Rembrandts has been a place of gathering in Eagle for over a decade. In the last two years, under the ...

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Woman of Steel Turns to Bronze

Irene Deely By Barb Shelley Photos by Maike Munden and Submitted by Irene Deely Some artists would have given up when—after 25 years as the Woman of Steel, and the creation of hundreds of welded steel sculptures—she triggered an allergy ...

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Are you ready?

All of these kids are local and on their way to success! Prep your child as early as Junior High for college. Guidance and knowledge are priceless.

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Eagle Art Walk

Thursday, September 27 5:00pm–9:00pm The Eagle Art Walk brings art lovers and community members to Downtown Eagle on the last Thursday of September. With exciting and unique offerings around every corner, Downtown celebrates the arts with local artists set up ...

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Fruit, Flowers, and More!

Fun Activities Near Eagle By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller There are so many fun places to go and fun things to see as the weather starts to cool and the leaves start to change. With harvest season upon us, ...

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Just Do Some Good

Non-Profit Social Media Movement By Monica Tanner “Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” This famous quote by Steve Jobs is one of the important principles that keeps the board ...

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Bacquet’s Restaurant

A Taste of Europe Close to Home By Kayli Corbin Photos Kimberlee Miller Michele and Franck Bacquet’s love story is one the will truly capture your heart as much as their fine dining experience will capture your taste buds. Michele ...

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Storytelling and a Love for Birds

Local Author, Nancy Gaenzle’s Children’s Book Series By Janelle Stear  Photos Kimberlee Miller For thirty-one years, Nancy Gaenzle taught fourth grade; now retired, she has blended her passion for educating children with a passion for her feathered friends. New to ...

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Get Out and Get Involved

Local Fly Fishing Organizations By Chelsea Chambers    Photos Kimberlee Miller “The first couple flies are barely representative of what you had in your head, but each tie becomes a better and better creation.” – Kurtis Tarbet Kurtis Tarbet and ...

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The Photography of Rob Hart

Drawing inspiration from the natural world Story Kayli Corbin Photos Kimberlee Miller Our ability to capture a moment, a memory, or an experience can fundamentally enrich us as humans. Creating a tangible keepsake to correlate with our abstract emotion adds ...

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