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Eagle Arts Commission Update By Chelsea Chambers “To enhance Eagle’s history and aesthetically enhance its sense of place by responsibly promoting the arts for the benefit of the greater Eagle community.” – Eagle Arts Commission Mission Statement The Eagle Arts Commission ...

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Holzapple Custom Designs: where form follows function

Holzapple Custom Designs

Writer: McCale Ashenbrener Photos: Heather James A glowing cerulean river meanders its way past graceful wood grain, finding origin in a sunset valley below metal tipped mountain peaks. You won’t find this piece of art in a gallery, although the ...

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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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Eagle Public Library – Upcoming Events

By Chelsea Chambers March is here which means that spring is just around the corner! With longer and warmer days ahead, hopefully you’ll be able to have a bit more free time and the Eagle Public Library is the perfect ...

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The Art and Soul of Creativity

PC Eagle Parks and Rec

By Chelsea Chambers “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” ― Pablo Picasso Eagle Parks and Recreation has an amazing new offering for artists of all skill levels—the Eagle Art Studio! The weekly studio is completely free ...

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The Wilderness of Life

Telling the Story Behind David Crosby: Remember My Name By Kayli Corbin Photography by Emma Thomson Our intimate connectedness with nature is the fulcrum of what it means to be human. When we immerse ourselves in the natural world, we’re ...

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A Tribute to Women in Watercolor

The Art of Renae Hill By Kayli Corbin Photography by Emma Thompson A woman with a voice is, by definition, a strong woman. –Melinda Gates Beauty and womanhood are so inherently intertwined within our social constructs and perspective of the ...

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Eagle Landing

The Mayor’s City of Eagle August Newsletter highlighted an enhancement project that will transform a large property in the heart of downtown into a useful and attractive addition to city services.  Purchased by the City this summer, the EAGLE LANDING ...

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Bill Riley

Idaho Vet Shares Life Lessons from Saddam Hussein By Barb Law Shelley Photos by Rase Littlefield Invite Eagle author and retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Bill Riley to coffee, and you’ll soon learn to buckle up, hold on, and ...

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Northwest Motion Pictures

Putting a spotlight on Boise film production By Ana Lete Before teaming up with friends, Jessica Winfree and Jared Sharfetter, to start Northwest Motion Pictures, Ryan Oswald worked in Boise’s real estate sector. “Jess and Jared had just graduated from ...

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