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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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Inn at 500 Capitol hosts tour of construction, model room

The Inn at 500 Capitol invited local people 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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Primary Health breaks ground on Cherry Lane clinic in Meridian

Primary Health Medical Group held a groundbreaking ceremony for its Meridian clinic at Cherry Lane and Meridian Road April 19. Pictured here are (l-r) Erin Hoobing, CM Company; Matt Witt, Rocky Mountain Companies; Steve Judy, Primary Health director of operations; ...

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Payette Brewing Company ready to pour in downtown Boise

Payette Brewing Company will be pouring 20 of their own beers during a soft opening of their new facility at 733 South Pioneer Street in downtown Boise on April 29. The new brewery, tasting room, beer garden and offices sit ...

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City Club of Boise takes on social media incivility

The City Club of Boise held a forum April 27 called “When Social Media turns Antisocial.” Panelists at the event, held at the Grove Hotel in Boise, included (l-r) Lisa Jenkins, managing editor and social team member of the Social Media Examiner; ...

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Ada County paramedic wins EMS advocate of the year

Ada County paramedic Mark Babson has been named 2016 EMS Advocate of the Year by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. The national award recognizes EMS professionals whose volunteer efforts advance EMS through educating and engaging elected government leaders, ...

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