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Franden chosen to lead ACHD Commission

John S. Franden will be the president of the Ada County Highway District for 2014, serving an unprecedented fifth term. The president is chosen annually by the commissioners to lead the district and to set the commission meeting agenda, among ...

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Nonprofit announces new executive director

Wendy Wilson has been named executive director for Advocates for the West, a Boise-based nonprofit public interest environmental law firm. AW founder Laird Lucas will continue with the organization in a new role as litigation supervisor. Wilson is a conservation ...

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New creative director and digital media producer join SMG

Stoltz Marketing Group has hired Ward Duft as creative director and Bill Doty as digital media producer. Duft will oversee the agency’s creative team in the development of campaigns and concepts for clients in a variety of industries, including construction ...

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NLC recognizes Idaho Falls mayor

The National League of Cities has recognized Idaho Falls Mayor Jared D. Fuhriman for the completion of key health and wellness goals for Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties. Four medals were awarded to Idaho Falls, including a bronze and ...

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Ada County paramedics to serve on national committee

Dawn Rae and Mark Babson, of Ada County Paramedics, have been appointed to serve on the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Mobile Integrated Healthcare Committee, making recommendations to NAEMT regarding the subject of community paramedicine. The pair has more than ...

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Anderson Julian & Hull partner re-elected to Boise Co-op board

Robert A. Anderson has been re-elected to serve his third term on the Board of Directors for the Boise Co-op.  He will serve through 2016. Anderson is a founder and senior Partner of Anderson, Julian & Hull LLP and practices ...

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CuMoCo board member honored by AEMA

American Exploration & Mining Association awarded Boise-based mining lawyer Joseph Baird its Lifetime Achievement Award. Baird was honored with the association’s highest individual award at the AEMA’s 119th annual meeting. The award recognizes his work on behalf of the mining ...

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United Dairymen of Idaho hires health and wellness manager

United Dairymen of Idaho has hired Pohley Richey as the health and wellness manager for the Idaho Dairy Council. Richey will be involved in material development, program strategy, community outreach and communicating science-based nutrition education to educators, health professionals, scientists, ...

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ISU professor receives Fulbright Award

Joséphine A. Garibaldi, associate professor of dance in the Idaho State University School of Performing Arts in the College of Arts and Letters, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach at the Latvian Academy of Culture, Department of ...

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Out of the Office: ECCO teams up with Sage International School

On Dec. 18, ECCO Vice President of Global Engineering Todd Mansfield (right), who has been supporting a twice-weekly SolidWorks design modeling software class on-site, presented Sage technology and engineering teacher Guy Falconer with a framed Technology Partnership certificate. Photo courtesy ...

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