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Out of the Office: U of I Integrated Design Lab open house

The University of Idaho Integrated Design Lab recently celebrated its 10th anniversary at an open house in its Boise headquarters. Representatives from Idaho Power, one of the founding supporters of the lab, and other industry professionals attended the event. The ...

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Idaho Humanities Council honors Peter Morrill

On Feb. 20, The Idaho Humanities Council will honor former Idaho Public Television General Manager Peter Morrill with IHC’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities. The award, which includes a $1,000 honorarium, will be presented to Morrill honoring his ...

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ISU honors president of McClure Engineering

The professional business fraternity at Idaho State University, the Delta Upsilon chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, has named Scott McClure, president and managing officer of McClure Engineering Inc. in Twin Falls, the 2014 Idaho Business Leader of the Year. The ...

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Good Works: AT&T gives to the Girl Scouts

Thanks to a $5,000 grant from AT&T Idaho, the Girl Scouts of Silver Sage will combine outdoor fun and adventure with science, technology, engineering and math programming this summer at Camp Alice Pittenger, located in McCall. STEM is one of ...

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Drake Cooper adds two employees

Drake Cooper has hired Colleen Morgan, as a senior graphic designer, and Susan Becker, as brand manager. Morgan has more than 16 years of design and advertising experience. She has worked in the agency, corporate and nonprofit sectors, where she ...

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KeyBank names Capitol Center branch manager

KeyBank has named Jacqueline N. Hickman the manager of its Capitol Center branch. She will lead KeyBank’s efforts to serve consumer and business clients at its downtown Boise branch. Hickman joined KeyBank after serving as an assistant branch manager with ...

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Sawtooth Society hires full-time coordinator

The Sawtooth Society has hired Kelly Conde as the permanent, full-time volunteer and membership coordinator. In this role, Conde will be in charge of membership outreach and social media, including heading up the Austin Kraal Memorial Volunteer program. She will ...

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Out of the Office: Norco CEO receives philanthropy award

On Nov. 8, (l-r) Jim Kissler was presented with The St. Luke’s Light of Philanthropy award by Ralph Comstock; given by Idaho’s largest hospital, for leadership, philanthropy, and humanitarianism. The award was presented before 250 hospital employees, Norco employees and ...

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Good Works: Moscow businesses raise money for mentoring

On Jan. 16, in honor of National Mentoring Month, Lamadrid Mexican Restaurant and Tapas Bar and Winger’s Roadhouse Grill, both located in the Eastside Marketplace in Moscow, donated 10 percent of their profits from a four-hour period. The money raised ...

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