Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Step Back in Time at the Dry Creek Historical Farm

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A person looking to farmstead usually isn’t interested in buying land with a creek that goes dry, but in the early 1860s, New Yorker Phillip L. Schick did just that. He paid a $10 filing fee for a 160-acre land title by Boise in Dry Creek Valley using President Lincoln’s Homestead Act.

Big River Paranormal

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Explaining the Unexplainable By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller Halloween season is upon us, which means that for Cody Remer and the Big River Paranormal team, things...

Modern Midwifery

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A Meaningful and Empowering Relationship By Kayli Corbin Photography Kimberlee Miller There are times in your life that pull from an untapped and undiscovered reservoir of strength....

SPARKAGE:

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Who Doesn’t Want to be a “Regular?” Story  Norris Krueger   Photos Kimberlee Miller I’m looking at a pile of loyalty cards on my desk… over...

Coffee Mill

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Not your average coffee shop By Shelly West Photo Kimberlee Miller Nestled in East Boise’s Barber Valley on the Greenbelt, a new coffee shop—the Coffee Mill—has...

Riverside Hotel – The Perfect Stay-cation!

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STORY AK TURNER | PHOTOS SUBMITTED Every summer my husband and I pack our bags, load up the truck with luggage, a cooler, bikes,...

The Yardarm

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Story by Chelsea Chambers, Photos by Amanda Antilla yärd-ärm: the outer extremity of a ship’s yard. When the sun is over the yardarm, it’s time to...

The Secret to Aging Well? Five Minutes

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Story by Liza Long, Photos by Dustin Bigovich Can five minutes change your life? I asked myself that question as I waited in a Genesis...

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

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Story by Veronica Lemaster, Photos by Amanda Antilla After sixteen years of working as a barista, Jeannie Jackson sold everything she owned to buy an...

From Garbage to Greetings

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by Jillian Moroney Threds of tea bag wrappers, old stamps, beer labels, and plane tickets sit in baskets around watercolor washes in the colorful and...

Service Before Self

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A Homecoming for Idaho Heroes by Brittany Sailors, photos by Tiffany Howard Have you ever been at the Boise Airport and glanced across the runway? If...

Hastings – The end of an Era

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Video rental stores and record shops have been a monthly if not weekly part of my life since I was a kid. I remember...

Tastes Like Summer

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by Liza Long, photos by Mark Dyrud In one of those delightful moments of serendipity that punctuate our otherwise mundane lives, I first heard about...
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