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GRIT Finds Early Fit as Restaurant Starts Well

A new culinary landmark in Eagle By Brad Carlson, Photography by Jim Peterson Except for the shine inside, Eagle’s newish Grit American Cuisine looks long-established. Meat-cutting entrepreneur Dave Faulk and Marineturned- chef Paul Faucher says Grit (styled GRIT with two-segment “I”) started strongly because the ...

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Getting a Kick Out of Life with Eagle High School’s Soccer Team

Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Women’s Soccer Coach Stephanie Fornander teaches her Eagle High students about making goals but not just on the field. Last year, Fornander and her team raised money for RODS–Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome, and achieved a goal they ...

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Movement Guides

An Interview with Owner, Kyle Sela By Jessica McAnally, Photography by Jim Peterson With fitness, it’s not only about going through the motions, but also about going through the correct motions to get the most out of your routine. Eagle resident Kyle Sela is a physical ...

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Winter Workout Wonderland

Set your healthy resolutions early this year By Caitlin Straubinger The beginning of a new year is a time for resolutions—and often, health is at the top of the list. We are fortunate to live in an area with great outdoor accessibility year round to help ...

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Rising Strong

Daring in Idaho helps women to discover their inner joy. By Liza Long, Photography by Jim Peterson Nancy Nadolski wasn’t planning on changing the world. Then one afternoon while folding socks and washing dishes, she listened to Brene Brown’s inspiring viral TED talk on the power of ...

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Raul Labrador

Eagle resident and an American politician By Ana Maria Cuneo, Photography by Jim Peterson In his third term as Representative for the First District in Capitol Hill, Congressman Raúl Labrador is a busy man. He recently co-wrote and co-sponsored a bipartisan bill intended to increase judges’ discretion and ...

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Through the Painted Window

A Look into the Life of Artist Shannon Gronowski By Jessica McAnally, Photography by Jim Peterson The artistic spirit can arise at unexpected times from unanticipated places. This is precisely the case with Shannon Gronowski. Though she has now experienced what it is like to create art in ...

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Breakfast in Eagle

Photography by Jim Peterson 1. Perks of Life 1540 E. Iron Eagle Dr. Eagle, ID 83616 perksoflife.com   2. Bardenay 155 E. Riverside Dr. Eagle, ID 83616 bardenay.com   3. Bella Aquila 775 S. Rivershore Dr. Eagle, ID 83616 bellaaquilarestaurant.com ...

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Show Your Love on Valentine’s Day

After the last four major holidays, Valentine’s Day can be a very tame occasion. For your kids, it’s a big celebration at school with cards galore, but you’ll be lucky if you put out one decoration. But of all the ...

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Clang, Clang, Clang Went the Trolley

By Pamela Kielbrink Thompson, Photo Courtesy of Eagle Museum Eagle may be the only inland city in the West that began on an island. Eagle Island provided protection against Indian raiding parties as well as easy irrigation of crops. The ...

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