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New High-Quality Neighborhood Along the Greenbelt

The Renovare Community By Janelle Stear From Latin, Renovare means “to renew” or “to restore”, which is what several of the new homeowners are doing. Now at a new community off of the Greenbelt, residents find a worry-free paradise. Let ...

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Beakerz Science: Science can be seriously fun!

By Elle Parker  Photos by Kimberlee Miller Let’s face it – in this world, there’s so much to learn about: dinosaurs, space, electricity, the human body…but these topics can be incredibly complex. As a child, they are even more difficult ...

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My Life in Rock and Roll

1969 Amador Gold Rush Music Festival By Lynn Canning Photos by Kimberlee Miller Amador County, nestled in the heart of California Gold Country, was the site of a 1969 rock festival that is regarded by many to be one of ...

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Idaho Native Heads to American Idol

On this year’s season of American Idol, two contestants will be representing Idaho–and with some incredible talent! Idahoan, Logan Johnson (20), is wowing judges and viewers alike as he sweeps the stage with his incredible performances. He made his American ...

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Brain Connection

Change the world around you Story Rebecca Evans  Photos Kimberlee Miller Snap. Crackle. Pop. Joints, over time, sound like the jingle to a popular cereal commercial. Between age, wear and tear, genetics, and, injury, many will seek treatment to alleviate ...

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Educational Information for Academic Success

Educational Issues in Idaho By Shane Pratt, MSEd., School Administrator at Rolling Hills Public Charter School Not many people can rightfully claim to have #SchoolChoice.  School of Choice is held every January, the goal is to shine a positive spotlight ...

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CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill

Bringing a Fresh Taste of Southern Italy to Eagle Story By Erika Heeren Photos By Kimberlee Miller The latest craveable restaurant is now open in Eagle. From the owners of local favorite, Rembrandts, comes a new take on Italian faire ...

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Media Puppet

Creating Fantasy With a Realistic Edge Story Haley Grugel   Photos Kimberlee Miller Art comes in many forms and for Will Tebo his creative outlet lies in film. Will’s love for media arts started as a junior in high school where ...

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Reinvention Convention

Tips for Success for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photos by Kimberlee Miller After trying other networking groups and not finding the coaching advice that she finds invaluable, Eagle resident Patricia Noel Drain founded Idaho Women Business ...

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Talk Blossom

The fun kind of speech therapy Story Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller “Play is not only our creative drive; it’s a fundamental mode of learning.” ~ David Elkind What’s the most effective way to get children to learn and be ...

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