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Pumpkin Foods – Something Different

Pumpkin Foods Something Different By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Kimberlee Miller Fall is upon us and you know what that means — pumpkin season! Sick of seeing the traditional pumpkin spice latte? Try these alternative pumpkin-inspired treats and give your ...

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Expansion International

Making Education Possible By Lauren Phillips Expansion International, a Treasure Valley Christian nonprofit, has a passion to help change lives for good. It began with friends from a local Boise church venturing to Africa in 2002. Today, Expansion continues their ...

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Camping Near Eagle

Find Your Awe in Idaho’s State Parks By: Jennifer Okerlund, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Photos by Kimberlee Miller Article Cover Photo Submitted by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Camping and spending time outdoors has a lengthy list ...

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Fueling a Firefighter

Inside the Fire Station By Megan Bryant Photos by Kimberlee Miller On a warm, sunny Sunday evening, I got to catch up with the “C” shift as they prepped for dinner. On the menu? Steak and veggie kabobs for the ...

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The Springs

Hot Springs Retreat in Idaho City By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Kimberlee Miller Stress (noun): A state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Relax (verb): To make or become less tense or anxious. ...

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Summer 2018 Playlist

Every Summer has its own story, how will yours read? Story Shelly West Most of us look forward to the long hot days of summer that might be spent frolicking in the summer sun and warm evenings sitting under the ...

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Eagle Plein Air Festival

Bring painters and patrons together Story Drew Dodson  Photos Allie Zeyer This June, top artists in the region will flock to the Treasure Valley as the Eagle Plein Air Festival returns for its fourth consecutive year. Not to be confused ...

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Just Hanging and Being Creative in Eagle

Get creative in Eagle Story Drew Dodson Photos Kimberlee Miller It’s no coincidence that the word “recreation” contains within it “creation.” Spring and Summer may present the ideal time to spur your creative mind, but it can be tough to ...

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Creative and Mouthwatering Appetizers Story Drew Dodson  Photos  Kimberlee Miller Springtime presents the ideal opportunity to get out and enjoy the sights, smells, views, and most importantly, the tastes of Eagle. Eagle residents are blessed to be surrounded by a ...

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Soup’s On

Bowled Over with Flavor By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson  Photos Kimberlee Miller “Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.”–Ludwig van Beethoven Perhaps because it is housed in an 1800s era church with a pew adorning the entryway, the ...

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