Category : Clutch

The Bishops’ House

A House Saved for the People, by the People By Ana Lete Photography by Kimberlee Miller Drive down Old Penitentiary road in Boise, and you’ll see a grand Queen Anne Victorian style home sitting in stark contrast to the Old…

November 1, 2018

Bird Calls and Banding

BSU’s Intermountain Bird Observatory By Janelle Stear Caring for our Feathered Friends October—when the leaves change to brilliant colors and Halloween brings excitement for children, Idaho’s native Yellow Warbler will be hanging out with the toucans and parrots in Central…

September 5, 2018

Pet Portraits by Pete

The subtle transition from tragedy to triumph by Urie L. Layser Photos by Kimberlee Miller It’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon as we find ourselves sitting on the patio of Even Stevens sandwich shop in downtown Boise. As he begins to…

July 2, 2018

Prairie Medical:

A Place on Your Mastectomy Journey By Janelle Stear Tina, aka “Tink,” founded Prairie Medical ten years ago when she saw a need for more personalized care for patients who suffer from vascular disorders. She created the company on the…

May 2, 2018

Edwards Greenhouse

By Shelly West “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” Audrey Hepburn. Family owned and operated, Edwards Greenhouse has been serving Boise residents since 1930. Their history is as rich as the soil in which they grow their…

March 1, 2018

Idaho author, Mike Kelly

Youth with Disabilities Take The Spotlight In Local Author’s New Book By Bethany Maile  Photo Kimblerlee Miller Idaho author, Mike Kelly, strives to give a voice to youth with disabilities in his book Special Stories: Short Stories on Youth with…

January 3, 2018

Natural Intelligence

How the brain is inspiring the future of technology in Boise Story and Photos Marissa Lovell Imagine only being able to process one thing at a time. For every thought, sight, smell or movement, you would have to process each…

October 30, 2017

Rooney Mae – Fabric of Dreams

STORY Bavani | PHOTOS Christopher Ryan McCoy Flowy silhouettes, designed to hug and flatter curves that accentuate the real woman is how one would describe Meagan Jones’ fashion genius. From Rodeo Queen, IT specialist and rock star to fashion entrepreneur,…

September 1, 2017

Local NY Times Bestselling Author A.K. Turner

Story by Bavani, Photos by Amanda Antilla New York Times bestselling author Amanda Turner — A.K. Turner to her fans – confessed that she was unsure of how to classify her writing genre to when she first started out. It…

June 28, 2017

snake river stampede

Story by Lynn Calvin, Photos by Snake River Stampede The Snake River Stampede Hall of Fame Rodeo in Nampa, Idaho is back again this summer and has a great schedule in store for all!  The Stampede has evolved from its…

April 27, 2017