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Flor De Sol Boutique

Elaine Fredriksson has been selling women’s clothing through her online shop, Flor de Sol, since 2017. But on March 1 of this year, her lifelong dream of owning a boutique was fully realized when she opened her storefront on State Street in Eagle.

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Backyard BBQ Bliss

BBQResidents

Deny and Dave Bart have run the gamut of grilling and have a pretty impressive history. What started as a passion, quickly developed into gifting food to friends and neighbors, and ultimately the beginning of a successful business.

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Calling All Corvettes

PLEASE JOIN US for a CORVETTE PARADE through Senior Residences in the Eagle and Meridian area on Wednesday, May 27st! “We came up with this idea because my mother lives in Eagle at Revel Eagle Senior Living. She, along with ...

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Putting the Social Back in Social Distancing

Finding Balance in the New Normal By Chelsea Chambers The beauty of us in our human existence, is that we are gifted extraordinary persistence. – CLC The tumult and uncertainty of these last few weeks has left many of us ...

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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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