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 World Premiere of Invisible Eddie

Local writer and director explores invincibility in this British Comedy Author: McCale Ashenbrener Becky Kimsey didn’t have to search far for inspiration for her latest play Invisible Eddie, about a painfully introverted man still living with his aunt Mary. At ...

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Wildlife & Watercolor

Local Artist Combines Love of Painting with Love of Nature Story by Erika Heeren Photos by Emma Thompson It has been a long journey to creativity for Eagle artist Julia Moran. Today, Moran has combined her love of the natural ...

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A Quicker Commute: Three Cities River Crossing

By Chelsea Chambers The commute from Boise to Eagle is no small feat, especially around 5 p.m. Or 8 a.m… Or lunch time… As more and more people move to the Gem State, our daily driving times begin to extend, ...

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StretchLab Eagle

Local Practice Brings a Time-Tested Approach to Improving Mobility & Flexibility Story by Erika Heeren Photos by Emma Thompson Whether you are training for a marathon, digging deeper into a yoga practice, or simply suffering from chronic lower back pain ...

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Orville Jackson

Legacy Lives and Continues to Serve through the American Legion, Post 127 Story by Rebecca Evans Photos by Rase Littlefield and Eagle Museum In 1919, US Congress chartered and incorporated the American Legion. Today, as the largest wartime veterans service ...

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Eagle’s Council of Wisdom

A retired men’s group meets 8:00 AM daily for morning coffee By Patricia Minkiewicz In the year 2012, Eagle resident and retiree, Jack Bearden, was sipping his usual early morning hot coffee at the family-owned Burger Den on 2nd Street ...

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Misty Tyme’s The Forgiveness Solution: A Step by Step Guide to Let it Go

By Kayli Corbin Photography by Emma Thompson To put it simply, Misty Tyme wears many hats. At the base of all her roles is one thing – forgiveness. As an Author, Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Certified Death Doula, Interfaith Reverend, wife, ...

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Restored Naturally

In the Business of Altruism By Chelsea Chambers Photos by Emma Thompson For many of us, there are few things that cleanse the day like a nice hot shower, lathering up in your favorite body wash and letting the fragrances ...

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Healing the Whole Person – Connecting waves for humanity

Story by Rebecca Evans Photos by Emma Thompson I sit, electrodes softly secured to my scalp and I wait. I wait to feel better, less stressed, less anxious, less time spent checking the locks on my doors at 3 a.m. ...

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Mike Knight

By Amber Henning Photo by Nate Minneman Eagle resident, Michael Klaas, has seen a lot of growth in his time in the Treasure Valley. A born and raised Idahoan, not only has he witnessed the valley boom but– through the ...

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