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The Tavern at Eagle Island

Why not indulge? By Chelsea Chambers Who doesn’t love a nice steak—juicy and seasoned just the way you like it? Maybe that’s not you’re forte—fair. But you probably love a craft cocktail, shaken by someone who actually knows what they’re ...

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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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Rainy/Snowy Day Ideas: February Events – Eagle Public Library

By Chelsea Chambers It’s cold. Wet. Rainy. Periodically snowy. This Idaho weather is—predictably—unpredictable. But luckily, the Eagle Public Library, located at 100 N. Stierman Way, is a great way to spend a rainy (or snowy) day indoors. And besides a ...

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Date Day in Eagle

Romance is in the air once again as Valentine’s Day approaches the Treasure Valley. Cozy up with your partner with our Date Day in Eagle recommendations! Breakfast – Rembrandts Start your day off right with a delicious breakfast from the ...

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BBQ Dads

“Grill Dad” Lands in Idaho, Buys UltraClean, Keeps on Cooking By Barb Law Shelley  Photos Kimberlee Miller & Grill Dads Not many people can rightfully claim to have eight, active grills on their patio, let alone television cameras and lights ...

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Dryland Dogs

Too Mush Cuteness By Elle Parker Four paws on the ground. Harness secured. Mind prepared. This can only mean one thing: it’s time to mush. At the mention of “dog sledding,” most people think of Alaska, huskies, and mounds of ...

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Eagle High Alumni

Camaraderie, Community, and Careers By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller High school is a time where you begin to craft the adult you’ll become. You learn what’s important to you, you form meaningful relationships, you begin to process what ...

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Hall Academy

Teens find their life passion By Barb Shelley Photo Credit: Laurie and Donald Hall, CO-Founders. Hall Institute for the Arts What if you could create a high school where: the atmosphere was peaceful and happy, 100 percent of the students ...

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2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Photos by Kimberlee Miller Check out these great gift ideas! Olive and Vyne Olive and Vyne specializes in creating tasteful and memorable gourmet gift crates and baskets to fit any budget. Gift giving is a unique experience as our Tasting Room ...

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In Remembrance

A Tribute to our Veterans By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller On the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month, The Great War (World War I) entered an armistice. This meant that the Allied Nations and ...

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