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McMillen adds hydropower consultant

Kelly Tilford has joined McMillen LLC’s Boise office as a senior hydropower consultant. He will manage design and construction teams on projects in hydroelectric design and construction throughout the Western United States, Alaska, and Canada. Tilford brings 30 years of ...

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Ripley Doorn adds three associates

Ripley Doorn & Company, PLLC has hired Morgan Nichols, Phillip Matos and Cole Mueller as tax associates. Nichols joins the Boise office.  She recently graduated from Boise State University with a degree in accounting and is working toward her Masters ...

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Red Cross hires communication director

Charlotte Wiemerslage has been named regional communications director by Nicole Sirak Irwin, chief executive office of the Greater Idaho Chapter of the American Red Cross. Before joining Red Cross, Wiemerslage served as the local editor for the Idaho Press-Tribune. She ...

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TOK hires human resources manager

Zach Townsend has joined Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate as human resources manager, bringing more than 12 years of experience. He will be responsible for employee staffing, relations and development, handling negotiations of the firm’s insurance package and employee ...

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Principal appointed at Borah

Tim Standlee has been appointed as the principal at Borah High School, effective the start of the 2014-15 school year. He has 23 years of experience with the Boise School District, working as a health and physical education teacher, an ...

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ASG increases service in Treasure Valley

Jeff Inouye has been hired as a member of the sales and technical team at Advanced Systems Group. He will work as a consulting engineer in the engineering services department, assessing client needs and providing product and architectural advice. Inouye ...

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Good Works: Wells Fargo continues commitment to MWSF

On Feb. 17, Wells Fargo and the Military Warriors Support Foundation turned over the keys for a new, mortgage-free home, in Nampa, to veteran Cameron Stuart, who was injured while serving in Afghanistan, and his wife Katy. Wells Fargo donates ...

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Good Works: Dutch Bros. offers discount to help food banks

During an annual Valentine’s event dubbed “Dutch Luv Day,” Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in the Treasure Valley offered one dollar off any 16 ounce drink in exchange for three nonperishable food items. The food collected was donated to local food ...

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Good Works: Free skating at CenturyLink Arena

On Feb. 23, CenturyLink Arena in downtown Boise hosted their annual food drive and free public skating event. Idaho Steelhead players and their mascot, Blue took to the ice with the public. Skates were provided on a first come, first ...

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Good Works: ISA gives the gift of music to the WCA

Idaho Songwriter’s Association will present a concert, featuring Steve Eaton & Friends, for the The Women’s and Children’s Alliance on Mar. 14 at the Sapphire Room in the Riverside Hotel. The concert is being held to celebrate the 2014 Tribute ...

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