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Stofferahn joins ICCU (access required)

Dave Stofferahn recently became Idaho Central Credit Union’s newest merchant services officer in Treasure Valley. Stofferahn was born in St. Paul, Minnesota before moving to Southern California and then Washington state. He has been in the merchant services industry for ...

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Idaho’s CTE programs slated to get millions in grants

From welding to nursing to culinary arts, CTE programs across the state are getting an $8 million boost. Grants in amounts ranging from about $5,000 to more than half a million have been awarded to K-12 schools and higher education ...

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The truth behind 5 credit union myths  (access required)

On Oct. 20, credit unions worldwide celebrate the credit union movement with International Credit Union (ICU) Day. The day focuses on celebrating and raising awareness of the work credit unions and financial cooperatives do to help people around the world ...

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Idaho’s broadband infrastructure is lacking (access required)

As school board members, we are invested in preparing students to enter the world and believe their success is not only critical for them, but also for the health of our communities. We are lucky to have passionate and excellent ...

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Boise-based startup launches app aimed at nontraditional appointment booking  (access required)

Boise-based start-up tech company Ohana Technology recently soft-launched a new app called Ohana Schedule. The app allows users around the Boise area to search and book automotive repairs or maintenance at a time they choose, eliminating the need to call ...

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Quarter-billion-dollar fraudster Easterday sentenced (access required)

Rancher Cody Easterday, age 51, received a sentence for 10 to 12 and a half years on Oct. 4 in U.S. District Court in Eastern Washington for his $244 million fraud perpetrated against meat-packing giant Tyson and Washington state development ...

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Black Sheep Sporting Goods named October Small Business of the Month  (access required)

Founded in 1975, Black Sheep Sporting Goods is a locally-owned, full-line sporting goods retail operation located in Coeur d’Alene. Specializing in everything outdoorspeople need, such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and other outdoor gear, the company employs just under 100 ...

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Idaho teachers need wider range of support from the state (access required)

For many years, Idaho’s policymakers have attempted to address problems related to “the teacher pipeline” by focusing on recruitment: reducing professional certification requirements, increasing ‘alternative route’ teacher preparation programs and providing one-time incentives like Senate Bill 1290, which distributes payments ...

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Roundup Oct. 18 (access required)

Adventure K-9 LLC renewed 3,200 square feet of industrial space in the Centurion Building, 2147-2171 S. Centurion Place in Boise. Chris Pearson and Erik McNary of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction. All American Credit Card Solutions Inc. extended a lease ...

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