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Idahoan leads alcohol control board

Jeffrey R. Anderson, director of the Idaho State Liquor Division, is the 2014 chairman of the board of directors for the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association. In 2010, Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter appointed Anderson director of the ISLD, and he ...

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Boise Cascade division leadership changes

Stan Bell, president of Boise Cascade Company’s Building Materials Distribution business, will retire March 7. The board of directors has appointed Nick Stokes, executive vice president, to take over leadership of BMD. According to a company release, under Bell’s leadership, ...

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Eide Bailly hires two associates

Laurena Morehouse and Michael White have joined the Boise office of Eide Bailly LLP. Morehouse is a certified public accountant and joins Eide Bailly as a tax senior associate. She has more than six years of experience in public accounting. ...

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Fastsigns Lewiston hires new manager

Mark Bryan joins Fastsigns Lewiston as the center’s general manager. Bryan has 27 years of experience in the newspaper industry. Prior to joining Fastsigns Lewiston, he was publisher for the Juneau Empire and Capital City Weekly for four years. Before ...

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Out of the Office: Icon and Girl Scouts sock drive

Icon Credit Union and the Girl Scouts of Silver Sage donated 2,000 pairs of socks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County on Jan. 30. (back row, l-r) Connie Miller, president and CEO of Icon Credit Union; CJ ...

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McIntosh named Idaho Press-Tribune editor

Scott McIntosh will take over as editor of the Idaho Press-Tribune on Feb. 12. He will be responsible for day-to-day operations and news decisions for the daily newspaper and will oversee the weekly Meridian Press and Emmett Messenger Index. McIntosh ...

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Good Works: Idaho Dairy Council supports free school-wellness program

The Idaho Dairy Council selected 31 schools in Idaho to split more than $50,000 to help build their free school-wellness programs based on the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiatives, which encourage students to be physically active for 60 minutes ...

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Geoff Talmon to lead new litigation center

Geoff Talmon has been named the director of The Idaho Freedom Foundation’s new Center for Defense of Liberty. The center will focus on litigation challenging certain laws in Idaho. Talmon most recently worked with a small general litigation practice in ...

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Out of the Office: LiveRez ribbon cutting ceremony

Surrounded by friends and colleagues, LiveRez Founder and CEO Tracy Lotz cuts the ribbon to commemorate the opening of LiveRez’s new, 11,000-square-foot headquarters in Eagle on Jan. 31. Photo by Olivia Cook, of Fleurish Photography.

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James Bird joins Colliers International

James Bird has joined the office services team at Colliers International. Bird comes to Colliers after practicing as a certified public accountant with Deloitte & Touche LLP. At Deloitte, he assisted clients with required SEC filings, managed engagement profitability and ...

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