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Idaho’s Bonnie and Clyde

The notorious Eagle bank robbery that hit headlines. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson In 1924 Prohibition was the law of the land, and as such alcohol was illegal. It was a time of speakeasies and gangsters, when even the average citizen ...

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Yummy Spring Cuisine

The subtle romance of Idaho’s spring is a great secret waiting to unfurl over winter. By: Mark Stanley Photography By: Mark Stanley Here in the Treasure Valley, flashes of green in the Eagle foothills typically announce the coming of spring ...

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When I’m 64

Life, Love, & Second Chances By Amy Larson Photography by Pete Grady “Don’t worry; she’ll be all right,” Charlotte Campbell’s ailing husband was told by her cousin. These were the reassuring words that John Campbell needed to hear about his ...

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The Council

Eagle’s civic leaders share an entrepreneurial spirit. By Mark Stanley Photography by Mark Stanley Jeff Kunz Jeff Kunz is smarter than me. This is not hyperbole; it’s a fact. I recognize his mental superiority after we exchange greetings at Rembrandt’s ...

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A Little Birdie Told Me

Santa’s techy elves are following Eagle Magazine’s Twitter feed to find all things nice this holiday season. By Liza Long Looking for the perfect gift? Want to buy local? Well, if you live in Eagle, Idaho you’ve got plenty of ...

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Deck the Halls

By Taylor Cunningham As the holiday reverie begins, it’s time to break out the decorations and create your very own winter wonderland. Whether you’re decking the halls indoors or out, Eagle Magazine offers a glimpse into the must-have design trends ...

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Fall Fashionista

Fun accessories, fabulous color and a little something new are all it takes to upcycle your favorite pieces into a fresh new look for fall. By Taylor Cunningham Photography by Nena Earl As the kid’s head back to school and ...

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A Sustainable Shift

As Eagle grows by leaps and bounds, so does its impact on the environment. But reconnecting with our roots doesn’t have to mean leaving our creature comforts behind By Kristen Lynch Photography by Nena Earl It’s not too difficult to ...

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Sharing in Success

Pattie Wells owns and operates LunchBOX Eagle, a wax-only salon that’s known for its chic-yet-cheeky flair and high-end boutique service. This location marks a monumental milestone for Idaho business, Wells, and another woman whose optimism and energy parallel this Sun ...

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Eagle Towne Plaza

After decades of neglect, Eagle’s Guho Corp. General Contractors are not only giving the old King’s Plaza Shopping Center a new name, but a much-needed facelift as well By Mike Johnson Photography by Britta Menzel After the stagnation in growth ...

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