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Idaho Press-Tribune editor takes job with city of Nampa

Vickie Holbrook, the managing editor of the Idaho Press-Tribune, is leaving the Nampa daily paper to take a job as the public information officer for the city of Nampa. Holbrook will start her new position Jan. 6. Holbrook, 57, began ...

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Petersen leaving Boise for Washington

Chris Petersen is headed to Washington after finally being persuaded to leave Boise State. Petersen agreed to become the Huskies’ new football coach on Dec. 6, leaving behind an unprecedented run of success with the Broncos. The Huskies made the ...

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Out of the Office: Leaders in Law

Honoree Kerry Ellen Michaelson, attorney/mediator of Michaelson Mediation and Law PLLC; and Anne Kunkel, a lawyer at Varin, Wardwell & Thomas.

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Out of the Office: Leaders in Law

Vaughn Fisher of Fisher & Hudson PLLC, Mike Raney, Becky Raney, honoree Jeremian Hudson, Monica Hixon, Richard Hudson, and Cheryl Hudson.

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Out of the Office: Leaders in Law

John Anderson, an attorney at Hammond Law Office in Boise; Suzi Anderson, a legal assistant at Stewart, Taylor & Morris; Christina Randal, director of development, U of I College of Engineering; and honoree Richard Seamon, professor and associate dean for ...

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Out of the Office: Leaders in Law

Paul Carew of Carew Co.; Melissa McGrath, communications director at the State Department of Education; Brian Murphy, writer at the Idaho Statesman; and honoree Lisa McGrath, president of Lisa McGrath LLC.

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Out of the Office: Leaders in Law

Trudy Anderson, assoc. vice president & U of I Boise Center executive officer, and Terri Muse, director of development at the U of I’s College of Law.

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Out of the Office: MVHS business program gets underway

On Nov. 21 Mountain View High School launched their high school business program, the first of its kind in Idaho. Students learn about business and get a head start by earning college credit. Students will also partner with the Make-A-Wish ...

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Good Works: Wells Fargo supports SIEDO

Wells Fargo presented a check for $3,500 to Business Plus on Oct. 31. The donation is intended to help with regional business marketing efforts by supporting the Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization.

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