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D.L. Evans Bank promotes Smith (access required)

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D.L. Evans Bank has announced the promotion of Chimene Smith to vice president retail branch manager at the North Burley branch. Smith began her career with D.L. Evans Bank over 30 years ago. She started at the bank in 1993 ...

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Educating the next Idaho lawyer (access required)

Embarking on a legal career goes far beyond the classroom, often requiring law students to gain hands-on pre- and post-graduate experience. Many of these internship and mentorship programs are highly competitive, allowing lawyers and firms to find the right fit. ...

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D.L. Evans Bank announces leadership changes (access required)

D.L. Evans Bank has announced that John V. (J.V.) Evans, III, has been appointed chief executive officer and John V. Evans, Jr. will continue to serve in the role of president. Evans, Jr. joined D.L. Evans Bank in 1979 and ...

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The next grid attack is coming. Idaho can help prevent it (access required)

Imagine if homes across Idaho lost power and heat without warning. That happened recently in North Carolina when criminals attacked a pair of electrical substations, cutting off power to tens of thousands of people for nearly a week. That event ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Stakeholders launch Idaho Engineering Growth Initiative Survey (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines In order to help grow Idaho’s economy and satisfy a growing demand for workers with engineering and computer science expertise, industry leaders have launched an initiative focused on increasing the number of students graduating from Idaho’s ...

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World Bank: Recession a looming threat for global economy (access required)

The global economy will come “perilously close” to a recession this year, led by weaker growth in all the world’s top economies — the United States, Europe and China — the World Bank warned on Tuesday. In an annual report, the World ...

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