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Tesla supercharge station opens on I-84

Idaho Power President of Power Supply Lisa Grow joined representatives from Tesla Motors, government officials, and Tesla owners for the dedication of the first supercharger station on Idaho’s Interstate 84 on August 27. The new charging station is located near ...

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CFMA & Idaho AGC hold Contractors & Clays shooting event in Boise

The Construction Financial Management Association Idaho Chapter held their 2015 Contractors & Clays shooting event in Boise at Black Dog Clays on August 21. The fundraising event was a collaboration between the CFMA and the Idaho Association of General Contractors ...

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Primary Health breaks ground at Chinden and Linder

Primary Health Medical Group broke ground on its clinic at Chinden Boulevard and Linder Road on September 8. Shown here are Mike Fery of Rocky Mountain Development (left) and Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd.

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Primary Health breaks ground at Chinden and Linder

Primary Health Medical Group broke ground on its clinic at Chinden Boulevard and Linder Road September 8. Pictured here (l-r) are Tracy Morris, executive director, Primary Health; Steve Judy, director of operations, Primary Health; Erin Hoobing, project manager, CM Company; ...

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Idaho novel travels to D.C. with Commission for Libraries

The Idaho Commission for Libraries celebrated Idaho’s literary heritage Sept. 5  at the annual National Book Festival. The Festival, sponsored by the Library of Congress, as held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The festival featured ...

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Prof. Brian Johnson named the first Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Chair in Power Engineering

University of Idaho Prof. Brian Johnson was named the first Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Chair in Power Engineering with UI’s College of Engineering. The position was made possible by a $2 million gift from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories of Pullman, Wash. Shown ...

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College of Idaho staff members volunteer at Buckaroo Breakfast

College of Idaho staff members volunteered at the 81st annual Buckaroo Breakfast, hosted by the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce during the Caldwell Night Rodeo. The group helped direct parking and bussed tables, while community members ate breakfast and met with ...

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Telaya Wine Co. breaks ground in Garden City

Jack and Ty participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for Telaya Wine Co.’s new facility in Garden City on the Boise River. The company is owned by the two’s parents, Winemakers Earl (second from right) and Carrie Sullivan (right).

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D.L. Evans opens remodeled North Burley branch

The Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for the newly remodeled North Burley branch of D.L. Evans Bank during the bank’s grand opening and customer appreciation event on July 29.

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Meridian City officials cut the leash at Storey Bark Park

Storey Bark Park, Meridian’s first dedicated dog park, held a leash-cutting ceremony during its grand opening August 12. The dog park is located behind Meridian’s Storey Park and has separate small dog and large dog areas, featuring agility obstacles donated ...

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