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Wendi Secrist appointed executive director of Workforce Development Council

Wendi Secrist has been appointed executive director of the Idaho Workforce Development Council. Secrist was appointed by Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter. Secrist is now director of business outreach and the Idaho SkillStack program at the State Division of Career-Technical ...

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Rick Naerebout appointed CEO of Idaho Dairymen’s Association

Rick Naerebout has been appointed CEO of the Idaho Dairymen’s Association, Inc. and IDEAL, Inc.  Naerebout has served on other roles with IDA for the past 15 years, and has been instrumental in establishing IDA Consulting to meet the changing ...

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Jessica Harrison appointed executive director of the Association of Idaho Cities

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Jessica Harrison was appointed executive director of the Association of Idaho Cities by the board of directors at a meeting on on Oct. 25. Harrison will succeed Seth Grigg, who is leaving the association to become the executive director of the Idaho ...

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Kemish Hendershot joins Woodhouse Group Real Estate

Kemish Hendershot has joined Woodhouse Group Real Estate. Hendershot  started a construction company in the Treasure Valley and has nine years of experience in technology as well, including photography and creating professional virtual tours. He earned a degree in business ...

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Justin Dusseau appointed captain of the police services bureau for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office

Justin Dusseau has been appointed captain of the Police Services Bureau for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office.  He will be in charge of patrol lieutenants, sergeants, and deputies, personal crime and property crime detectives. Dusseau has been with the ACSO ...

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Lewis Stoddard joins Aldridge Pite as a senior associate

Lewis Stoddard has joined Aldridge Pite as a senior associate. Stoddard is licensed to practice in Idaho and Alaska. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics from Utah State University and a doctoral degree from the University of ...

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Scott Johnson appointed chief deputy for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office

Scott Johnson has been appointed chief deputy for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office. Johnson has been with the ACSO since 1987, following a four-year stint in the U.S. Army. Johnson has done a variety of jobs within the agency over the ...

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Paul Street joins Hawley Troxell

Paul Street has returned to the private practice of law, joining Hawley Troxell in an of- counsel role. Street has practiced law for more than 44 years, half of that in private practice at Moffatt Thomas. He is rejoining Moffatt ...

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Chris Anton to head staff of Endowment Fund Investment Board

Chris Anton has been appointed manager of investments at the Endowment Fund Investment Board  effective Oct. 30. Anton will serve as the chief executive of the agency, responsible for investment management oversight and overall administration. Anton most recently served as ...

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Ken Rider is the new director of marketing for Brundage Mountain Resort

Ken Rider has joined Brundage Mountain Resort as director of marketing, with an effective starting date in November.  Rider has 20 years of ski industry marketing experience and has served as director of marketing at Tamarack Resort and Grand Targhee ...

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