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34th annual Idaho State Forestry Contest held in Careywood

More than 350 students participated in the 34th annual Idaho State Forestry Contest May 12. Contestants from 19 schools and a 4-H club traveled from towns across the state, including Clark Fork, Careywood, Deary, Coeur d’Alene, Craigmont, Culdesac, Genesee, Nezperce, ...

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D.L. Evans Bank breaks ground in Caldwell

D.L. Evans Bank broke ground on its new Caldwell branch on Blaine Street April 18. Construction is scheduled for completion in October. Pictured here (l-r) are Jim Reames, senior vice president branch administrator; Jerry Smith, senior vice president western Idaho ...

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New members elected to Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council

Coeur d’Alene tribal members cast their votes in May to fill two positions on the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council. Incumbent Charlotte Nilson and Leta Campbell were elected. Nilson has served on Tribal Council since 2007 and was re-elected a fourth ...

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Construction begins on new Nampa Holiday Inn

PETRA General Contractors broke ground May 9 on a new $9.4 million Holiday Inn in Nampa, off I-84 at the Midland Boulevard exit. Pictured (l-r) are Brett Myron, PETRA vice president; Jerry Frank, PETRA president/CEO; Nampa Mayor Bob Henry; hotel ...

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Tractor doctor gives weekly tours at JUMP

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Jack’s Urban Meeting Place tractor doctor Rob Bearden preps for painting one of the 120 antique tractors he is responsible for. The tractor, which sits on the JUMP grounds just off 9th Street in downtown Boise, will be painted with ...

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Companies work to place young professionals into board positions

Boise Young Professionals is conducting its third annual B| On Board series through May 12 in hopes of placing more millennials into leadership positions. The participants in this year’s event will receive training on board service skills from companies including ...

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Inn at 500 Capitol hosts tour of construction, model room

The Inn at 500 Capitol invited visitors  to tour the construction site of the 112-room hotel in downtown Boise, and to see a model room the boutique hotel has installed in BoDo on April 22.  

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American Food Equipment Company breaks ground in Caldwell

American Food Equipment Company broke ground on its new manufacturing facility in Caldwell April 25. Pictured here (l-r) are Chuck Staddick, Caldwell councilman; Scott Syme, chairman of the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce; Darrell “Gus” Gustaveson, American Food Equipment Company; Caldwell ...

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