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Micki Rice rejoins First Federal in Magic Valley

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Micki Rice has recently rejoined First Federal as a mortgage loan professional serving the Magic Valley. The Magic Valley native has worked in various capacities in the financial industry for over 20 years. She was voted the top mortgage loan ...

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Dane R. Jacobsen joins Eagle branch of D.L. Evans Bank

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Dane R. Jacobsen has joined D.L. Evans Bank as a commercial loan officer for the Eagle branch. Jacobsen has 18 years of financial experience. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business technology with a minor in small business management from ...

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D. L. Evans Bank promotes LiAnna Good in North Burley

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LiAnna Good has been promoted to the position of mortgage loan officer at D.L. Evans Bank to serve customers in the Mini-Cassia area from the North Burley branch. Good has been with D.L. Evans Bank since 2016 and received the ...

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Kayla Caban joins Idaho Trust Bank as business banker

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Kayla Caban has joined Idaho Trust Bank as a business banker. Caban will provide services in business loans, lines of credit, commercial real estate lending, business deposit accounts, treasury management, business credit cards, mobile business banking, remote deposit and the ...

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Businesses getting in touch with contactless payments (access required)

Early in the pandemic, the World Health Organization said that COVID-19 could spread through touching surfaces contaminated by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. For retailers without contactless payments systems, this kicked off a flurry of businesses looking to add the service to ...

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Bank of Idaho Nampa branch welcomes Dan Hughes

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Dan Hughes was hired by Bank of Idaho as vice president/commercial lender at the  institution’s Nampa location. His first day at the year-old branch was July 27. Hughes and his wife recently returned from a three-year church mission in Kentucky, ...

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Moody’s rates Vallivue school district bonds fourth-highest (access required)

Vallivue School District #139 received a rating of Aa1-enhanced/Aa3-underlying from Moody’s Investors Service for $48.27 million of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Series 2020) that it is selling. The district passed a bond election in March 2019 for $65 million. The ...

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Too risky? Fed pressed to expand aid to some businesses

WASHINGTON (AP) — With the economy still in the pandemic’s grip, the Federal Reserve is facing a decision on whether to stretch an emergency lending program in a way that could bring more risk for the government and taxpayers. Lawmakers ...

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Some federal COVID-19 loan programs winding down (access required)

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As the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program nears its end, more than 60,000 Idaho businesses have received loans or grants from it and other programs, totaling more than $3.2 billion, according to the Small Business Administration, which administers the program. ...

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