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Proskriptive and AeroLEDs of Boise honored as top businesses by Zions Bank

Proskriptive was among 15 companies recognized as a Top Business at the Zions Bank Speaking on Business luncheon on Feb. 5. CEO Michael Hollenbeck (second from left) accepts the award from Zions Bank Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications ...

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College of Idaho breaks ground on new library, campus gateway

The College of Idaho held a groundbreaking ceremony Feb. 18 for the new Cruzen-Murray Library, scheduled for completion by late 2017. The library will serve as a new gateway to the Caldwell campus at the intersection of 21st Street and ...

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Five Idaho businesses to receive blue ribbons from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has named five Idaho businesses in its annual Dream Big Blue Ribbon Small Business Awards. The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce nominated finalists from its Small Business of the Year and Chamber Excellence awards. DaviesMoore, ...

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Senior services nonprofit Boise at Home holds ribbon-cutting

Boise at Home, a new nonprofit offering home services and social activities to enable Boise and Garden City seniors to live independently, held a ribbon-cutting on Feb. 15 at the organization’s Fort Street office. More than 50 members, volunteers and ...

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Idaho businesswomen discuss their approach at New Ventures Lab in Meridian

Panelists discussed what it takes to be successful in business on March 31 at the New Ventures Lab in Meridian. From left to right are  Nannette Nelson, owner of Vivant Concierge Wellness; Rhea Allen, CEO of Peppershock Media; angel investor and entrepreneur ...

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Canyon County paramedics joins Nampa Fire Department at Happy Valley station

The Nampa Fire Department and the Canyon County paramedics will share a building in east Nampa, providing a more strategic approach to delivering emergency medical care. At a press conference held March 18,  Nampa Fire Department Chief Karl Malott (left) ...

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Hecla Mining Company makes 125th anniversary trip to Boise

Hecla Mining Company in Coeur d’Alene is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, making it the oldest publicly traded company in Idaho. Hecla is the largest silver producer in the United States and has operations in Canada and Mexico. In ...

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Idaho AGC teams with Boise State students for Texas Hold ‘Em tourney

On March 3, the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) hosted its annual Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament with the Idaho Associated General Contractors. Boise State University Construction Management Association (CMA) students acted as dealers to leaders in the construction industry.  

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Early Learning Legislative Day calls for state-funded preschool

The Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children held an Early Learning Legislative Day in February to advocate for state investments in high-quality early childhood education for all children. Idaho is one of five states that does not invest ...

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Idaho Falls’ parks super inducted into Amateur Softball hall of fame

Brent Martin was inducted into the Idaho Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual meeting held in Boise on February 27. Martin is the parks superintendent for the City of Idaho Falls, where he has worked in the parks ...

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