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Edgeview Equestrian Center

Youth-centric training and boarding facility. By Ryon Morrin Stevee Keller has always known that she wanted to be on a horse. In her earlier years, she expressed a desire to ride, and at the age of five, her parents made ...

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WoodLab

Turning Idaho’s old-growth trees into modern furniture By Ana Lete   Photos Kimberlee Miller Nestled in Eagle, ID, WoodLab began to take Idaho’s natural old-growth trees and turn them into modern art and furniture pieces. According to WoodLab team member David ...

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Sustainable Prison Now Eagle Island Park

Sustainable PrisonNow Eagle Island Park Story and Photos Alana Dunn, Curator, Eagle Historical Museum, City of Eagle In October 1929, the State of Idaho bought 523 acres of land on an island in the middle of the Boise River to ...

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Daniela Bronzy

Bringing a Creative Dream to Life By Ryon Morrin Photos by Kimberlee Miller Reilly DeVie is someone who stumbled into the world of publishing. Reilly has spent the last two decades remodeling and designing houses in Boise. He began dabbling ...

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Idaho Renaissance Faire

A Journey to the time of Rebirth By Haley Grugel Photos Submitted “Cometh one, cometh all… Come yer yonder my bonnie lass and chivalrous lad… YES THEE!” The 7th annual Idaho Renaissance Faire is to be held Saturday, October 13th ...

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Olive and Vyne

A taste of big flavor with an infusion of health benefits. By Shelly West Located in North Channel Center in Eagle, co-owners Hope Manna and Kellie Allred, are delighted to be celebrating Olive and Vyne’s fourth anniversary in April! At ...

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Boise Outdoor Goods Retailer Lone Cone Lands on Inc. Magazine 5000 List

While Supporting Idaho Public Lands, Company Sees Astronomical Growth By Tartan Bee Communications This is the second year in a row Boise’s Lone Cone made Inc. magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies. Ranked 895 this year, Lone Cone ...

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Redlan’s Gentelman’s Grooming: A Cut Above the Rest

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson | Photo by Jim Peterson   Personally, I just got tired of getting my hair jacked up from other salons and barbers, so I started cutting my own hair, then gradually started cutting friends’ hair,” said ...

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Grinkers Vintage Arcade: Insert Coin

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Jim Peterson “I grew up as a kid in the ‘80s, every Saturday morning I’d get on my bike with a pocket full of quarters and ride to the local arcade until I ran out ...

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We are Pes-Wies! “Payroll. The Easy Way.”

Story by Brad Carlson, Photos by Jim Peterson As you step into the office, Star Wars movie characters of eye-popping proportions spectacularly greet you, daring you to believe that the payroll and tax administration business can be fun! The doorway ...

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