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Good Works: Zions Bank educates teens on identity theft

Nicola McIntosh, of Zions Bank, visited Michelle Harmon’s journalism class at Borah High School Oct. 18 to teach the students about identity theft for Get Smart About Credit Day. Zions Bank employees are teaching 7,000 teens in Idaho and Utah ...

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Susie Boring-Headlee receives ninth circuit award

Susie Boring-Headlee has received the Robert F. Peckham Award for Alternative Dispute Resolution Excellence from the Ninth Circuit Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. This award was established in 2001 and is named for the late Judge Peckham, who helped pioneer use ...

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Intermountain and Petroglyph announce VP

Marshall Murrin has been named vice president and treasurer of Intermountain Industries Inc. and Petroglyph Energy Inc. Murrin has been with Intermountain and Petroglyph for nine years, previously holding the positions of director of finance and accounting and assistant treasurer. ...

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Idaho Potato Commission swears in three commissioners

Peggy Grover, Ritchey Toevs and Tommy Brown have each been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Idaho Potato Commission. They were sworn in at the commission’s October meeting. Grover, from BenchMark Potato in Rexburg, most recently served as ...

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Compass board member elected president of AMPO board

Elaine Clegg, Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho board member and city councilor for Boise, has been elected vice president of the Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations for 2014. Clegg has a long history of advocating for quality growth management ...

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Peyron makes staff changes with name update

Scott Peyron & Associates has changed its name to Peyron Strategic Communications, hired two marketing employees and promoted one employee. Noelle Lovern has been promoted to client team leader in the corporate and public affairs practices. Ed Vining has joined ...

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Boise State names research computing director

Brian McDevitt has been promoted from associate director for technical operations within Boise State University’s Office of Information Technology to director of the new Research Computing Department. This new office was established to centralize and improve support for the university’s ...

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Out of The Office: BOMA Lunch N’ Learn series

BOMA Boise held a Lunch N’ Learn Series presentation on broker terminology Nov. 6 at the U.S. Bank Building in Boise. Scott Raeber, CCIM, Thornton Oliver Keller; LeAnn Hume, CCIM, Cushman & Wakefield Commerce Real Estate Solutions; and Jeremy Malone, RPA, Oppenheimer ...

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Ryan Paluso joins Nampa CPA firm

Ryan Paluso has joined Ripley Doorn & Company PLLC, a local certified professional accounting firm with offices in Boise, Nampa and Caldwell, as an associate in the Nampa office. Paluso earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from the ...

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