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The Cottages delivers school supplies The Cottages assisted living and memory care homes visited the special education class at Black Canyon high school in Emmett to deliver supplies and spend time with the students. IBR Staff BSU students dance to ...

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HC Company in Boise hires two employees

HC Company in Boise has hired two new employees. Bob McNickle joins the company as a project superintendent. McNickle has more than 30 years of commercial construction experience and has worked as a superintendent for 25 years. He has worked ...

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Idaho State University-Meridian educator wins dietetics award

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has recognized Ruth Schneider, an associate professor and clinical coordinator at Idaho State University-Meridian, for outstanding leadership, mentoring and teaching in ISU’s dietetic internship program. The academy, the world’s largest organization of food and ...

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Idaho Farm Bureau specialist to head range society

Idaho Farm Bureau range and livestock specialist Wally Butler has been named to a one-year term as president of the Society for Range Management, headquartered in Denver. Butler has been the farm bureau’s range and livestock specialist for 15 years. ...

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Sawtooth Society welcomes new board members

Two Stanley residents have joined the Sawtooth Society board of directors. Amy Klingler, a physician assistant and manager at the Salmon River Clinic in Stanley, has joined the board. Klingler also is on the editorial board of the Journal of ...

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Boise attorney to lead regional bar organization

Molly O’Leary, managing principal of BizCounselor@Law PLLC in Boise, is president-elect for the Western States Bar Conference for 2016. O’Leary will begin her duties as WSBC president in March 2015, serving on the executive committee in the interim. O’Leary is ...

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Idaho State University hires three scientists

Idaho State University’s College of Science and Engineering has hired three scientists. Kathleen Lohse joins ISU as an assistant professor of soil and watershed biogeochemistry in the biological sciences department. She holds a joint appointment with the geosciences department. She ...

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BMC exec is corporate chair for fundraising walk

Paul Street, chief administrative officer and general counsel at BMC, will be the corporate walk chairman for the 2013 Light The Night Walk fundraiser held by the Oregon, SW Washington, Idaho and Montana Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. ...

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Ted Diehl retiring from North Side Canal Company

Ted Diehl, manager of the North Side Canal Company in Jerome, is retiring April 30. He has held the position for 44 years, making him the longest-serving manager in the 109-year history of the company. Diehl was appointed manager of ...

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