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Boise chamber announces new chairman-elect

The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce has named Kris J. Ormseth, managing partner of Stoel Rives Boise office, as its new chairman-elect of the board. He will take over as chairman in 2015. In his practice, Ormseth represents significant public ...

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Micron Technology appoints vice president

Rajan Rajgopal has been named vice president of quality at Micron Technology. He will be responsible for overseeing quality systems including manufacturing, customer program management and product ramps. Rajgopal has more than 25 years of experience in the industry. Most ...

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Out of the Office: Meuleman Mollerup holiday party

Meuleman Mollerup, LLP held its holiday party Dec. 11 at its offices downtown. (l-r) Rod Burke, the project outreach coordinator at Idaho Botanical Garden, and Jon Bauer of Meuleman Mollerup.

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Good Works: Gem State Paper donates products to Red Cross

On Dec. 14, Gem State Paper & Supply Company donated $11,000 in amenities to the Red Cross. Gem State delivered pallets of bath amenities including bar soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner and lotion to the Red Cross storage warehouse in ...

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Montana Health Co-op hires Idaho plan president

Dr. Douglas Dammrose has joined Montana Health Co-op as the plan president for Idaho. He will be responsible for the oversight of MHC’s operations in Idaho, including public outreach, insurance plan structure and sales. Dammrose was the corporate medical director ...

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Thornton Oliver Keller hires research assistant

Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate announces the addition of Angie Emmons to its research department. Emmons has more than five years of experience in customer service. As a member of the research department, which writes and distributes the bi-annual ...

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Good Works: Wells Fargo builds bikes for at-risk children

Eight members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County received bicycles built for them by Wells Fargo Bank employees on Nov. 21. More than 30 employees participated in the event, which was part of a corporate team-building activity. ...

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Andersen Banducci hires five new attorneys

Five attorneys have joined the team at Andersen Banducci. Aaron Chandler was most recently an associate in the Chicago office of Katten Muchin Rosenman. He has litigated disputes involving fiduciary liability, contract interpretation and enforcement, defamation and trade secret misappropriation. ...

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Parsley resigns from Thunder Mountain Gold board

Glen Peter Parsley resigned from the board of directors for Thunder Mountain Gold Inc., effective Dec. 11. Eric Jones, president and CEO of Thunder Mountain Gold, said, “On behalf of the board, I would like to thank Pete for his ...

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Good Works: ValleyRide holds 17th annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ toy drive

For 16 years Valley Regional Transit has collected new, unwrapped toys for the Salvation Army to distribute to children in the Treasure Valley. On Nov. 30, VRT staff and board members and volunteers collected 6,627 toys, which were taken to ...

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