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Humanities Council welcomes new board members

Three new members have joined the 19-member Idaho Humanities Council Board of Directors. Terms are for three years. Fred Walters, of Cambridge, is a historical architect and architectural conservator who has worked with the Idaho Heritage trust, National Park Service ...

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Thomas Cuisine Management hires executive chef

Michael Trebbi has joined Thomas Cuisine Management as corporate executive chef. Trebbi has more than 23 years of experience in operations and management. He focuses on from-scratch cooking featuring local, fresh ingredients. He holds a degree in culinary arts.

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Remodeling association announces Idaho awards

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry Idaho Chapter recognized excellence in the Treasure Valley remodeling industry Nov. 15. Remodeler of the Year in Category 2, for projects between $500,001 and $1 million, went to Keilty Remodeling, Inc., of Boise. ...

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Otter makes endowment fund board appointment

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has appointed Gary Mahn, of Boise, to the Idaho Endowment Fund Investment Board. He fills the position of R. John Taylor, of Lewiston, who decided not to seek reappointment after 15 years on the board. Mahn ...

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Accounting firm hires accounting professional

Mikelle Oliver has joined The Nichols Accounting Group as an accounting professional. Oliver holds licenses for life and disability insurance, which she obtained through Northwestern Mutual Financial Network during a college internship. She is in the process of earning her ...

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Ada County Paramedics director resigns

Ada County Paramedics Director Troy Hagen has resigned to take a position as president and CEO of Care Ambulance Service in southern California. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Falck International, the largest private ambulance service provider in ...

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U of I ag dean steps down to teach, research

University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Dean John Hammel will step down after nine years to pursue full-time teaching and research opportunities. Hammel began working at U of I in November 1982 as a professor of soil ...

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BSU to honor alumnus at Winter Commencement

Boise State University will present a Silver Medallion to alumnus Kirk Smith at the 2012 Winter Commencement Ceremony Dec. 21. The Silver Medallion is BSU’s highest recognition of service to the university. Smith earned his accountancy degree from BSU in ...

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BSU names summer, intersession program director

Boise State University has named Regina Jenkins its director of summer and intersession programs. She replaces Linda Urquidi, who retired after 42 years at BSU. Jenkins most recently worked in the College of Arts and Sciences as director of the ...

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State controller appoints chief deputy

Idaho State Controller Brandon D. Woolf has appointed Dan Goicoechea chief deputy controller. Goicoechea most recently worked as vice president over governmental affairs and corporate affairs for Paris Hills Agricom. He previously was chief deputy controller under former State Controllers ...

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