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Adventure Awaits

Nearby Fun in the Sun For those who haven’t explored Idaho much, there’s much more than just russets and horses. But for those of us that know the luscious landscape of Idaho, this is your reminder to keep exploring. Paddle ...

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Sip Idaho

Discover Something New By Chelsea Chambers Did you know that since 2017, July has been designated as Idaho Spirits Month? Yes, that’s right. There is an entire month dedicated to liquor—and celebrate we shall! “April is Idaho Craft Beer Month ...

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Feelin’ Groovy Tours

Exploring with Georgie Girl By Chelsea Chambers Good tunes, a blue summer sky, and the feeling of four tires rolling calmly beneath you. There is almost nothing in the world that could make a road trip sweeter—other than someone driving ...

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Destination Foothill Libations

New facilities bring sunset views for dining, live music and events. By John Hand  Photos Heather Claramunt & Brandon Alegria 3 Horse Ranch Martha and Gary Cunningham, proprietors of 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards and Winery, are familiar to many local ...

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Hockey’s “Johnny Mac:” The Passion Still Burns

A new documentary film explores the life and impact of Eagle resident John MacMillan, a former NHL Toronto Maple Leaf hockey player with two Stanley Cup rings from the iconic 1960s era. Now in his 80s,”Johnny Mac” is still actively ...

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15 Historical Facts About Eagle

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In honor of Eagle Magazine’s 15th Year Celebration, we list the fifteen top historical events in Eagle leading up to Eagle’s incorporation as a city in 1971. Facts and Photos by Eagle Museum, Alana Dunn   In 1863, Truman Coe ...

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15 Things For Spring – Simplify Your Life

Local finds to remind us that keeping local supports the economy and the entrepreneurial spirit! To coincide with Eagle Magazine’s 15 Years in business, we’ve listed fifteen local spots to shop. Latte Kid Love While sipping a latte, let your ...

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Holiday Spirits

By Jennifer Liebrum Photos Rase Littlefield “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” Buddy the Elf.   Crave Kitchen & Bar Nothing unshackles your inner Elf better than a well-appointed libation! Everything on ...

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Nostalgic Eagle: Three Families Give Thanks to Their Sleepy Home Town

Over the river, and through the wood, to Grandfather’s house away! We would not stop for doll or top, for ‘tis Thanksgiving Day.   Lydia Maria Child penned the poem, Over the River and Through the Wood. Her trek across woodland and ...

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Family Bike Ride to the Greenbelt Market

Water-up and stroll down to the new Greenbelt Market in Garden City in front of the surf wave for lunch. The panoramic views of the Boise River from the #freshair Greenbelt Market patio will transport you to a mini Santa ...

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