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Ada County opens new DMV branch

Ada County opened a new DMV branch at 8655 W. Franklin Rd in Boise on Sept. 11. The County Commissioners and Assessor decided to move the Benjamin branch to the new, larger location because it offers more parking and improved ...

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Ryan Nelson of Idaho Falls introduced at nomination hearing

U.S. Senator Jim Risch, a Republican from Idaho, introduced Ryan Nelson of Idaho at Nelson’s nomination hearing before members of Congress Sept. 7. Nelson has been nominated to become solicitor of the  U.S. Department of the Interior. Nelson is general ...

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Opening of Right at Home

Former Boise-area social worker Paige Bennion and her husband, Lucas Miller, opened Right at Home, an in-home care and assistance service, in Boise on August 22. The business provides care for seniors in their homes.  

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Mayor, ISU president attend celebration

Idaho State University President Art Vailas and Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad joined students, alumni and community members at the eighth annual “Welcome Back Orange and Black” celebration in Pocatello’s Old Town Aug. 28. The event is held each fall to ...

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ICCU coordinates for Excellence in Finance awards

Members of a team at Idaho Central Credit Union wore green together August 24 at IBR’s Excellence in Finance awards at the Grove Hotel. The group attended in support of Brenda Worrell, COO and executive vice president at the credit ...

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GBAD directors hold celebration

The Greater Boise Auditorium District Board of Directors held a celebration on July 31 to mark the completion of the Boise Centre expansion project. Attending were Boise Centre clients, public officials, members of the Boise area hotel and lodging community, ...

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Concordia University School of Law welcomes new students

More than 120 students are studying law this year at the Concordia University School of Law in Boise. Classes started August 14. School officials said a quarter of the incoming class represents ethnic minorities, and the new students come from ...

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