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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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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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Eagle Island State Park

A Vacation Destination…Next Door Story and Photography by Pete Grady Midday light ignites a bonfire of color as squealing children splash along the edge of the pond, shimmering in the glow of the warm Idaho sun. Inflatable toys—including a shark, ...

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Al Fresco Dining, Eagle Style

Five Great Restaurant Patios For Any Taste or Occasion Story and Photography by Pete Grady The breeze picks up as our server glides to our table, tray in hand and smile on her face. “Who had the High Desert Margarita?” ...

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Local Libations

Beat the heat with these summer drinks Story and Photography by Pete Grady With temperatures rising all of us start climbing out of our dens to thaw out and get a good stretch. It’s time to call up a couple friends ...

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The Emerging Arts Scene in Eagle

Sculpting a Plan for a Summer of Arts Immersion Story and Photography by Pete Grady Over the last twenty years the valley has seen a steady expansion west from Boise.  Back then Eagle was barely a stop sign along Hwy ...

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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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