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A Next-level Full-Body Work Out By Ana Lete Imagine this: It’s workout time. But instead of going to a typical gym where treadmills are lined up in a row and you have to wait to use the weight set, you ...

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ImpleMINTing in Eagle

Try These Local Mint Dishes & Drinks By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Rase Littlefield One of my favorite summer memories is eating a mint chocolate chip ice cream cone purchased for only 50 cents at Thrifty’s, a five and ...

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Vacasa Mountain Destinations

Idaho Cabins You’ll Want to Retreat to By Veronica LeMaster Photos provided from Vacasa PR team As summer quickly approaches, we can’t help but think about going on vacation. There’s nothing like getting away from the heat of the city ...

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Summer Events

Get Outside in Eagle By Chelsea Chambers Photography by Rase Littlefield and Submitted by City of Eagle The best way to spend summer is definitely in the sun—with friends, music, and good food. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of ...

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A Week of Art, Culture, and Experience

The Eagle Plein Air Festival By Chelsea Chambers Photos Jim Peterson The Eagle Plein Air Festival, now in its 5th year is attracting painters from all over North America. More than seventy painters are expected to turn Southwest Idaho into ...

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Idaho Vets Launch

Idaho Vets Launch Aaron Butler Memorial Purple Heart Run, Aug. 17 By Barb Law Shelley  Photos Kimberlee Miller Unflappable, aggressive and fearless, Staff Sgt. Aaron Butler died two years ago this August in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, from wounds he suffered ...

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New Eagle Wine Grape Processing and Event Center to Open

New Eagle Wine Grape Processing and Event Center to Open Eagle Foothills Wine Industry Blossoms By Barb Law Shelley   Photos Kimberlee Miller Crews are busily constructing The Eagle Wine Company Viticultural Center at 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards. When the $4 ...

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“Best Small Town Throwdown Rodeo” Documentary

Captures the Spirit of Idaho By Barb Law Shelley What happens when a volunteer-run, small town rodeo loses its home of 17 years? Do the founders give up and let it die? Not if it is the Eagle Rodeo. Hearkening ...

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Lettuce Eat

Local restaurants show off their salad dressing Story Pamela Kleibrink Thompson  Photos Kimberlee Miller Residents congregate at Rembrandt’s, housed in a former 1800s era church for convivial repasts. Appropriately named, Rembrandt’s creates salads that are works of art. The Peruvian ...

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Kate Plaisted

Girl in the Garden Goes to American Idol Story Chelsea Chambers   Photos  Kimberlee Miller and American Idol Idaho native and Eagle resident, Kate Plaisted, has a voice capable of transcending anyone who listens to it to a higher level. The ...

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