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Daniela Bronzy

Bringing a Creative Dream to Life By Ryon Morrin Photos by Kimberlee Miller Reilly DeVie is someone who stumbled into the world of publishing. Reilly has spent the last two decades remodeling and designing houses in Boise. He began dabbling ...

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Eagle High Alumni

Camaraderie, Community, and Careers By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller High school is a time where you begin to craft the adult you’ll become. You learn what’s important to you, you form meaningful relationships, you begin to process what ...

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Hall Academy

Teens find their life passion By Barb Shelley Photo Credit: Laurie and Donald Hall, CO-Founders. Hall Institute for the Arts What if you could create a high school where: the atmosphere was peaceful and happy, 100 percent of the students ...

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2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Photos by Kimberlee Miller Check out these great gift ideas! Olive and Vyne Olive and Vyne specializes in creating tasteful and memorable gourmet gift crates and baskets to fit any budget. Gift giving is a unique experience as our Tasting Room ...

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Halloween Traditions – Eagle, Idaho

by Veronica Lemaster Photos Kimberlee Miller Pumpkins, sweaters, bonfires, cooler nights, and falling leaves are just a few words to describe Fall. Living in the Eagle area, we can also add Farmstead, pumpkin patches, and Boise State football games to ...

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Equine Magic – Owners and their Beloved Horses

By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller “A horse is the projection of peoples’ dreams about themselves — strong, powerful, beautiful — and it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence.” – Pam Brown, Australian Poet Throughout history, there is ...

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Eagle Foothills Grape Growers Association

By Kayli Corbin Photography Kimberlee Miller The Eagle Foothills provide a harmonious balance of well-draining soil, abundant water sourced from the Snake River Aquifer, and south facing slopes that create the perfect environment needed for an American Viticulture Area (AVA). ...

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Storytelling and a Love for Birds

Local Author, Nancy Gaenzle’s Children’s Book Series By Janelle Stear  Photos Kimberlee Miller For thirty-one years, Nancy Gaenzle taught fourth grade; now retired, she has blended her passion for educating children with a passion for her feathered friends. New to ...

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