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Scot Oliver is new Idaho Smart Growth director

Scot Oliver, executive director of Idaho Smart Growth

Scot Oliver is the new executive director of Idaho Smart Growth, a statewide nonprofit organization. He fills the position vacated by Rachel Winer, who now works for the Idaho Youth Ranch. Oliver worked for several years as special projects manager ...

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Treasure Valley United Way board welcomes new members, chairman

Mike Jung, president and publisher of the Idaho Statesman

Idaho Statesman President and Publisher Mike Jung has taken the reins as chairman of the board of directors for the United Way of Treasure Valley. He fills the position vacated by Ada County Sheriff Gary Raney, as he has completed ...

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Emily Tipton is events manager for Ste. Chapelle, Sawtooth wineries

Emily Tipton, events manager for Ste. Chapelle Winery in Caldwell and Sawtooth Estate Winery in Nampa, Idaho

Precept Wine has promoted Emily Tipton from events coordinator for Ste. Chapelle Winery to events manager for Ste. Chapelle and Sawtooth wineries, Precept’s two biggest Idaho wineries. In this role, Tipton will manage community events in the Treasure Valley, handle ...

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Out of the Office

If you or your staff have been out of the office at business events lately, tell us all about it with your photos. Out of the Office highlights all the great ways that Idaho’s business people get together to meet ...

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Parsons Behle & Latimer lawyers get recognition

John Zarian, of Parsons Behle & Latimer in Boise, Idaho

John Zarian and Kevin West, of Parsons Behle & Latimer in Boise, have been ranked among the nation’s top attorneys by Chambers USA. The publication recognized Zarian as an accomplished lawyer in the practice area of commercial litigation, and West ...

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Ann Geisel promoted at Boise’s Cougar Mountain Software

Ann Geisel has been promoted from support manager to product manager at Cougar Mountain Software in Boise. In this role, Geisel will be responsible for product planning, design and marketing. Geisel has worked for Cougar Mountain for three years. She ...

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Good Works

Ford, AAA award scholarships at auto skills competition Two high school seniors representing the Cassia Regional Technology Center in Burley won the Idaho state Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition in Nampa in May, earning awards and scholarships totaling $41,500 each. ...

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Jim Reames promoted at Home Federal Bank

Jim Reames, business banking relationship manager for Home Federal Bank in Nampa, Idaho

Home Federal Bank Vice President Jim Reames has been promoted to business banking relationship manager. In this role, Reames will work with branches in the Treasure Valley to increase business lending, provide referrals and facilitate Small Business Administration loan growth. ...

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Pam Sprute joins Thornton Oliver Keller

Pam Sprute has joined the investment services team at Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate in Boise. Sprute has commercial real estate experience in sales of office, retail and industrial buildings, as well as in residential and land track developments. ...

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