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Biscotti for All

Newly retired couple enters the food industry with rave reviews Story John Hand | Photos Heather Claramunt For most of us, the phrase “Italian bakery” warms the senses.  In the case of Adrian and Robyn Kutch, the owners of Eagle’s ...

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Exploring the Owyhees

Our Lady, Queen of Heaven Church By Chelsea Chambers   Photos Brent Stanger Idaho entrepreneur, Brent Stanger, along with his son, and friend headed out to the Owyhees on a mission to find a good camping spot. But like so many ...

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Tell Your Story

Eagle Writers’ Group Can Help You Share Your Story with the World By Corbin Wagoner Everyone has at least one significant story that needs to be shared with the world. Your story may inspire others to overcome adversity and gain ...

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Teaching Endurance

A profile to reflect and connect Story by Jenny Gilman | Photos by Heather Claramunt “The best classroom in the world is at the feet of an elderly person.” Andy Rooney The world becomes a much more beautiful place when ...

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JoVinos – New Coffee and Wine Bar Coming to Eagle

Co-owners of popular Eagle restaurants, Rembrandts and CACi, are excited to announce the opening of their latest endeavor—JoVinos! Aptly named, JoVinos is a combination coffee and wine bar, featuring premium espresso drinks, grab-and-go morning items, as well as afternoon and ...

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3 Horse Ranch Vineyards and Winery to open new facility

A new facility called “Ranch House @ 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards and Winery” to open in one week. The masterfully crafted full production wine facility, restaurant, and event venue will be opening Wednesday, March 17th with a soft opening at ...

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Holiday House Boutique

“Hip Hop” Spring Fling Market A collective group of local markers are coming to Eagle in just one week. On Thursday, March 18th through Saturday the 20th, you can shop for crafts, jewelry, goodies, signs, holiday, baby gifts, and more ...

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15 Points to Live By, from Natalie of Hello Meridian

It’s interesting being an entrepreneur. Especially when you create a company out of nothing. After close to ten years of working in social media, I saw a need in the Meridian and Eagle area for a community page. I knew ...

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Happy Hands: A Round of Applause for Two Idaho Fine Arts Academy Students

Story  by Jenny K Gilman Photo by Tia Crabtree “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” — Pablo Picasso. In this unique time of Covid, when school activities are turned upside down and handwashing made an ...

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The New Staycation

Vacationing in the Age of COVID Story By Chelsea Chambers  Photos By Tia Crabtree A nearby firepit flickers gently as drinks are served poolside. The warmth from the water sends steam into the air, evaporating all worries and stressors as ...

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