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Kim Burgess is the editor of the Idaho Business Review.

G. Richard Bevan, 2019 Leaders in Law Lifetime Achievement Award

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Fair, thorough and just Leading from the bench with compassion and a commitment to the rule of law   Loved and respected by all his colleagues — from assistants to superiors and defendants to prosecutors — Idaho Supreme Court Justice ...

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Anthony Shallat, 2019 Leaders in Law

Advocacy, entrepreneurship and preservation At the junction of history, technology and community advancement   Anthony Shallat started his career in politics, but soon moved to civil rights and white collar fraud litigation with Angstman Johnson before joining Fisher Hudson in ...

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Idaho submits Medicaid expansion waiver for family planning (access required)

Idaho officials have submitted a Medicaid expansion waiver requiring patients get a referral from a primary physician before they can get family planning services such as birth control, abortions or pregnancy care. The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare on ...

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John Potter, 2019 Excellence in Finance

John Potter Advisor development manager, CUSO Financial Services When John Potter and his wife visited Boise as they were dropping off their daughter for university studies, they fell in love with the place. Like so many before them, they decided ...

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Boise Philharmonic kicks off 60th season (access required)

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The Boise Philharmonic kicked off its 60th anniversary season Thursday night with a salon at the Boise Train Depot. Dozens of people filled the historic station to help the symphony celebrate, and they were treated to a toast of sparkling ...

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New leadership takes the helm at the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Diane Bevan receives an award

Colorful piñatas, a performer in a flowing red skirt and pre-set tables decorated with hand-painted statuettes greeted guests Saturday evening at the the premier annual event of the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Grand Fiesta Gala. The sold-out event, ...

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17 to be recognized as 2019 Leaders in Law

The votes are in, and an elite group of legal professionals has risen above the rest in areas of leadership, professional achievements, mentorship and community service. These men and women come from small private firms, large firms, private companies and ...

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Darin Ramp joins Zions Bank as a mortgage loan officer

Darin Ramp has joined Zions Bank in Nampa as a mortgage loan officer, responsible for business development and customer service for residential construction and mortgage lending throughout western Idaho. Ramp has 12 years of lending experience, with 10 years serving the ...

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Andrea Kier joins CSHQA as a senior marketing coordinator

Andrea Kier has joined CSHQA as a senior marketing coordinator. She has 10 years of experience in website content and maintenance, social media, content planning, writing, editing and marketing strategy. Previously, she led the direct mail program for a tour ...

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2019 Excellence in Finance honorees announced

Finance professionals are imperative to every organization, but their influence goes far beyond just dollars and sense. Top finance experts excel at building relationships, guiding business strategy and much more. The Idaho Business Review is pleased to recognize some of ...

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