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Take a Hike

Explore McCall’s forests, lakes, and mountains on foot. By Ryon Morrin About 2-3 hours from Eagle, the city of McCall offers countless weekend hikes for beginner-to-advanced hikers. Veteran hiker and McCall Hiking Club member, Billie Jo Premoe, is an expert ...

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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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The Terraces at 3 Horse Ranch

Article and photos by Gerry Tsuruda The words may evoke images of a fancy new subdivision in an exclusive neighborhood, but nothing could be further from the truth. Rather than just a catchphrase, there really are terraces at 3 Horse ...

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Author Highlight

Step Up Your Life with Thriving from A to Z By Lynn Schmidt, Ph.D. Photography Kimberlee Miller Knowing how to step up your life can be complicated when it should be easy. When knowing is easy, you can focus your ...

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TriLife Nutrition

Not your average smoothie store By Barb Law Shelley Photos: by Rase Littlefield Sometimes, inspiration comes from watching the life experiences of others. Ken and Shelley Fearer, husband-and-wife team and award-winning entrepreneurs, knew as kids that they did not want ...

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Red Bench Pizza

Changing Boise’s pizza industry from fast to slow By Ana Lete As a young adult, Kacey Montgomery spent a decade working in Seattle’s restaurant business. Feeling ready for a change, he spent the next 10 years traveling, mountain-biking, and navigating ...

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Coach Riley McNeal

EHS Lacrosse Team Wins State By Andrew Coussens Riley McNeal, the coach of the Eagle High School Men’s Varsity Lacrosse team, accepted the position of defensive coordinator in 2014.  It was a decision that would prove to be immediately fortuitous ...

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A Safe Place to Land

Eagle clinic provides solace to Idaho’s most vulnerable By Monica Pierce When we think of our beautiful Treasure Valley, human trafficking is the last thing that comes to mind. Although it’s not happening out on our city streets, unfortunately, it’s ...

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Steve Humke

Building a Legacy By Ana Lete If you’ve visited CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill in Eagle lately, you’ve probably noticed the colorful mural on the back wall. The mural is the collaborative work of local Eagle artist Steve Humke, and Meridian ...

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Bill Riley

Idaho Vet Shares Life Lessons from Saddam Hussein By Barb Law Shelley Photos by Rase Littlefield Invite Eagle author and retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Bill Riley to coffee, and you’ll soon learn to buckle up, hold on, and ...

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