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Time and Again

Exploring Eagle’s History through “Re-Photography” Story and photography by Pete Grady The arrow turns green on the signal at the Eagle Rd. and Hwy. 44 bypass.  I’m headed eastbound, turing left to get into downtown for an appointment at the ...

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3 Horse Ranch

Viticulture area to boost Eagle vineyards Story and photography by Ken Levy Hiding behind the foothills north of Eagle is an area filled with poor soil, sandy loam, and few marks of a prime agricultural area. Despite an environment that ...

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Venturing Out: Bicycling Joplin Road

An Out-of-the-way, Destination Ride for Every Level of Cyclist Story and photography by Pete Grady Temperatures are coming down, vacations have been performed and the kids are back in school, all of which direct our attention to activities close to ...

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Welcoming Fall

As the kids make the adjustment back to school and the nights get shorter, many of us here in Eagle are in need now more than ever of new ways to relax. The new school year can be stressful for ...

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Hall of Fame

The Stellar Appeal of the Hall International Academy Story by Kirk Walton Photography by Pete Grady and Hailey Jackson Hall International Academy is a truly new kind of school.  In this one building, they have brought together a high-caliber college ...

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Metal Blooms and Birds: Rusty Art of Jerry Brooks

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Lance Thompson They say one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. This rings especially true when the junk falls into the hands of Jerry Brooks, founder of Rusty Art. After a pipefitting and welding ...

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Imperium Cinema

Local filmmakers Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Lance Thompson Jake Fullilove’s neighbors have gotten used to seeing crowds of kids making films near his residence in Eagle. Jake became fascinated with film at the tender of age of ...

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Life on Eagle Island

Truman and Polete stood on the bank studying the swiftly moving river. Heavy snowfall followed by a sudden warm spell had brought with it the threat of flooding to Illinois Island and its neighboring farms. Staring across the river, Truman ...

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Avimor: A Center for Community

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by CSHQA Located eight miles north of Eagle in the foothills above Boise, Avimor is a charming community built around a central village square. From nearly anywhere in Avimor, a beautiful hike in Idaho’s ...

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If I Only Had A Brain-A PCS Brain

High-tech learning space for young people. Story by Laura Wolstenholme Photos by Tia Crabtree A new high-tech learning Lab for young people has just opened in Eagle. PCS EdventuresLab has an eight-foot tall robot, a 3-D printer, a marvelous “PCS ...

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