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Optum Idaho presents mental health documentary

Optum Idaho, in partnership with the Idaho Children’s Trust Fund, The Speedy Foundation and the Idaho Federation of Families presented the movie RESILIENCE: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope at a professional education conference and community education ...

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ISU’s National Student Advertising Competition Team takes top honors at district competition

Idaho State University’s National Student Advertising Competition team placed in the top three in the District XI regional competition in Portland, Ore. this April. ISU competed against six other teams from Idaho, Washington, Montana and Oregon. This is the second ...

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Lila Hill honored by Ada County with 2017 Making History Award

In April, the Ada County Commissioners along with the Ada County Historic Preservation Council awarded Lila Hill with the 2017 Making History Award, honoring people whose activities today are creating our future history. Hill is the author of two books about Meridian-area ...

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Coeur d’Alene Tribe elects Tribal Council members

Coeur d’Alene tribal members in Plummer cast their votes May 6 and 7 to fill two positions on the seven-member Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council.  Incumbent Ernie Stensgar was re-elected to serve another term on Tribal Council.  Newcomer Christopher Luke was ...

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Local business owner participates in eBay Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.

Local business owner Marianne Turbes traveled to Washington, D.C. the first week of May for eBay’s annual Advocacy Day. Turbes joined 20 other small business owners in the Capital to speak on tax and trade policy issues. Turbes met with White House ...

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Groundbreaking for Boise State University fine arts building

Donors, Boise State University officials, and members of the State Board of Education attended a groundbreaking May 2 for the university’s fine arts building along Capitol Boulevard. The five-story, 97,222-square-foot structure will serve as the new, consolidated home for an ...

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Metro Boise Chamber’s leadership conference

The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce’s leadership conference in McCall was based on the theme of mobility. Nine Boise Valley mayors, dozens of elected officials, and more than 120 business leaders attended.  

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Modern Auto service grand opening in Fruitland

Modern Auto Service welcomed more than 130 people at its grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony April 20. Fruitland Mayor Ken Bishop, Chamber leadership and community members were present to welcome Modern Auto Service to the neighborhood.  

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