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Farm Bureau recognizes Canyon County legislators

The Idaho Farm Bureau Federation presented its Friend of Agriculture award to Idaho state Senators Curt McKenzie, R-Nampa; Patti Anne Lodge, R-Huston; Gayle Batt, R-Wilder; Bob Schaefer, R-Nampa; and Gary Collins, R-Nampa, in recognition of their support of Farm Bureau ...

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BSU Foundation appoints COO

The Boise State University Foundation, a nonprofit that generates and manages private support for BSU, has appointed Chris J. Anton as chief operating officer. In this position, Anton is responsible for leading the foundation’s operations. He reports to the board ...

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Fraud examiner joins advisory council (access required)

Les Lake, forensic accounting manager at Eide Bailly’s Boise office, will serve on the International Advisory Council for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Lake is a certified fraud examiner, charter member and current president of the ACFE’s Boise Chapter. ...

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Retirement community hires sales and marketing director

Hillcrest Retirement & Assisted Living in Boise has hired Brent Jones as sales and marketing director. Jones has more than six years of experience of sales and marketing experience in the assisted living industry. He also sits on the board ...

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Idaho Foodbank hires field coordinator

Laurie Lickley, of Jerome, has joined The Idaho Foodbank as its food resourcing field coordinator for the Magic Valley. Lickley will be responsible for donor management and cultivating relationships in the agriculture, packing, processing and manufacturing industries. Laurie earned her ...

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Sen. Risch welcomes fall interns

Three college students will serve as fall interns for Sen. Jim Risch in Washington, D.C. During the internship, they will learn about public service and the U.S. Senate while helping with constituent services and legislative research. Brayden Healey, of Grangeville, ...

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Edward Jones employee earns CFP certification (access required)

The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards has granted Allen Gamel, an employee at Edward Jones’ Meridian office, authorization to use the CFP certification. Gamel successfully completed the board’s initial certification requirements, which include completion of financial planning coursework and ...

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Concordia law school hires library staff

Concordia University School of Law has hired Randy Creitz, Ning Han, Kerry Lohmeier and Tara Person at the George R. White Law Library. Creitz will work as educational and information technology assistant. He most recently worked as the IT director ...

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Boise mayor names parks and recreation director

Boise Mayor David Bieter has named Doug Holloway the new director of the Department of Parks and Recreation. Holloway, a longtime city employee, has been serving as interim director since former director Jim Hall retired in July. Holloway most recently ...

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Edward Jones recognizes Meridian workers

Edward Jones has recognized employees in its Meridian office with its Client Service Excellence award, recognizing them as the No. 1 client service provider team in their region and among the top 25 percent nationwide. Chris Klein, Tracey Crosley and ...

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