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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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“Cycling Without Age” Brings Joy to Eagle Residents

Story Elaine Ambrose  Photos Jim Peterson If you see a bicycle that resembles a rickshaw on the streets of Eagle, wave at the happy passengers. Local senior citizens are being chauffeured around town by volunteer “pilots” who also listen to ...

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Panache Hair Studio & Day Spa

Brings Wellness And Beauty To Eagle Residents Story by Bethany Maile  Photos by Kimberlee Miller When guests walk into Panache Hair Studio & Day Spa, an Aveda lifestyle salon and spa, they are immediately greeted with botanical aromas of Aveda ...

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EM Gift Guide 2017

Wrap your holiday minds around staying local, and circulating the much-needed love to these local businesses and their owners. Shop with the caretaker mentality and engage in conversation with our local community folks and make it meaningful. Additionally, you could ...

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The Beauty of Intention

Roshan Roghani-Ishaq on motherhood, gratitude and success By Liza Long Roshan Roghani-Ishaq is living proof that women who work hard can have it all. As the vice president of one of Idaho’s most successful companies, Roghani-Ishaq has been instrumental in ...

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Eagle River Coffee Says Thanks a Latte’

New Neighborhood Shop Hits Its Caffeinated Stride By Brad Carlson  Photos Jim Peterson For more than a decade, local businessman Larry Ralston had been a loyal customer of the Starbucks on East Plaza Drive. When the Starbucks moved to a ...

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Romance novelist Rachel Gibson

By Brad Carlson    Photography Kimberlee Miller In 1991, a dozen years after she graduated from Boise High School, Rachel Gibson took the first step on a path that would lead her to become a New York Times and USA ...

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All Hands on Deck!

Everything in life remains the same By Julie Cantlon This is no ordinary house of cards. Rather, the 55-year-old ladies’ Eagle Pinochle Club has become an institution. The club was founded in 1962 when their volunteer fireman husbands were spending ...

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Talking Points (Sept/Oct)

By: Patricia Minkiewicz   It does not take long for newcomers to notice the respect the city of Eagle has for its history. A walk along the State Street village downtown area features many old preserved buildings that successfully remain occupied ...

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Toby Davis Art

Story by Bethany Nitz-Maile | Photos by Jean Wolford Treasure Valley denizens will recognize more than a few local hot spots in Toby Davis’ oil paintings. The Olympic Hotel, the 8th Street Thomas and Hammer coffee shop and the 10 Barrel ...

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