Idaho’s only dedicated electric bike store is celebrating one year in business. Boise Electric Bikes offers an alternative transportation option for those who want to get out on two wheels but would like a little extra help. E-bikes make commuting, hauling, and hills easier, and Boise Electric Bikes has a knowledgeable staff of E-bike enthusiasts who can help customers find the right bike to suit their particular needs. They offer a full-service shop and deal a wide selection of A2B, BH Easy Motion, Felt, Focus, Haibike, Izip, Kalkhoff, Xtracycle, and Urban Arrow E-bikes. Located in Boise’s historic West End, on the corner of 25th and Main. BoiseElectricBikes.com
Hayley Brown and enthusiastic participants once again bare the cold to increase awareness and raise funds for this worthy cause!
An extension and additional fund raising effort of the 25th Annual Regional Fire Fighter’s Stair Climb Event in Seattle.
I believe the basis of green living is eating good food. And with all the fantastic local produce in the Treasure Valley, there’s no reason we shouldn’t be eating good food. One of my favorite parts of spring is getting some dirt beneath my fingernails and planting my own garden. It seems like a small miracle every time a tiny seedling pops its head above the soil and I’m continually amazed that a packet full of seeds can turn into the makings of a gourmet dinner in a relatively short period of time.
Sit Means Sit Boise is not your average dog training company. Not only has it been the number one franchise in North America for the past three years, but it has also developed specialized systems that are specific to each individual dog and owner.
Owner Jim Closson, who has been in business for 27 years, says the Sit Means Sit training system is based on the scientific principles of classical and operate conditioning and uses a reward-based communication system. “It encompasses marker training, body language, verbal languages, the language of the leash, and the language of our patented Sit Means Sit Smart Collar,” Closson says.
Locals and visitors alike have been shopping at the Boise Co-op since 1973, and they can now enjoy a new Co-op location in the Village at Meridian.
“As the Treasure Valley grows, we see more and more of a need for natural and organic food,” says Marketing Director Mo Valko. “The demand for these products is increasing over time, so the next logical step for us was to expand and open a second location.”
In 2010 a little boy named Bodhi Gavin Moore, from Emmett, Idaho, lost his five year battle with childhood leukemia. He was six years old and loved Star Wars, the Boise State University Broncos, his fort, and teasing his cat. His parents, Cahn and Meleah Moore, along with other family and friends in the Treasure Valley and with employees of Indepth Solutions, Inc., formed Team BodhiLove, to help keep this little boy’s memory alive by raising awareness and fundraising for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) of Idaho.
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Walk down Bannock Street between 8th and 9th and a lovely new ladies boutique is sure to get your attention. Marla June’s Clothing Company opened its doors in downtown Boise in November, 2015, bringing a unique and fun place to shop to the Boise area.
Come into the store and it’s clear right away that something is different. Customers shopping in the family owned store enjoy an environment that makes shopping for clothes, shoes, and accessories fun. “Walk in and you’ll quickly meet our friendly, experienced staff who take the time to discuss your unique style, providing a personalized shopping experience,” says Owner Marla June Barnhart. “It is our commitment to provide the type of personal service that makes a woman feel relaxed and good about herself.”
Financial advising is not as cut and dry as you might think. Peggy L. Farnworth takes a holistic approach as a trusted financial advisor, helping clients figure out not only the specifics of their financial plans, but also discussing their big picture goals. “The more people know, the more empowered they are and the more successful they can be,” Farnworth says.