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Time to Give Thanks: What are You Grateful For?

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson   November marks the time of Thanksgiving. We asked some Eagle residents and business owners what they are most grateful for. Anne Alenskis, Corporate Communication Specialist at Idaho Power has lived in Brookwood for 13 years and ...

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Favorite Foods of Fall

Autumn Treats You’re Sure to Fall For by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson One of my husband’s favorite fall foods is a caramel apple. Halloween, October 31 is National Caramel Apple Day. Did you know that there are special food holidays throughout ...

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Eagle HQs Factor Into Some Businesses’ Success

“Eagle has been a great place to do business for us” by Brad Carlson, photos by Mark Dyrud Tracy Lotz, CEO at vacation-rental technology pioneer LiveRez.com, is often asked about “that cool startup we have in Eagle,” even though the ...

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Idaho2Fly Catches On

by Brad Carlson, photos by Jim Peterson When cancer survivor Timm  Brown arrived at his first Idaho2Fly retreat near Mackay a year ago, he was a guest who would pick up a fly rod and reel for the first time. ...

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Summer Happenings

by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Jim Peterson A makeover is a makeover. Whether you are a woman or a much beloved water slide, sometimes you need a little freshening up. And after 33 years, the old slide at Eagle Island ...

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DeBoer Bullish on Idaho

by Brad Carlson, photos by Jim Peterson, courtesy of Brundage Mountain & Salmon Rapids Lodge Judd DeBoer likes what his family’s diverse operating businesses are signaling about economic conditions in the Boise-Eagle area and beyond. He and his wife, the ...

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Wine Culture Spreading to Eagle by Taylor Cunningham, photos by Jim Peterson On November 25, 2015, the Eagle Foothills AVA was approved by the Tobacco Tax Bureau (TTB) and the State of Idaho welcomed its first unique AVA, solely within ...

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The Settlers

by Jim Reynolds, photos courtesy of Eagle Museum It was a hard life!  Almost anyone living in our comfortable modern world would certainly believe so.  It was frontier life.  For many of them, it was a great adventure.  They all ...

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Quality Picks

Spring is the time to get things done!  Whether you are moving to a new home or you want to improve the home you love (or maybe want to love), we put together a list of people that will come ...

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Showing Off the Eagle Market

Article Sponsored By: A lush 10 acres of secluded privacy minutes from downtown Eagle and near the Boise River. A long-time custom builder’s personal home since inception, built with love, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. Soaring ceilings, heated floors, exquisite ...

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