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IACI hires political director (access required)

The Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry has hired Zachary Hauge as political director effective Aug. 1. Hauge’s political experience includes work as a campaign manager for Congressman Mike Simpson and Controller Donna Jones, as a lobbyist with CapitolWest Public ...

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Former EPA administrator joins law firm

L. Michael Bogert has joined Parsons Behle and Latimer in Boise as a shareholder. Bogert is the former regional administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 10 office in Seattle and counselor to the secretary of the Department of ...

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Christian Wuthrich is named BSU dean of students

Christian Wuthrich has been appointed dean of students at Boise State University’s division of student affairs. He will begin work in early August. Wuthrich has more than 20 years of experience in the field. He most recently served as associate ...

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Law firm welcomes new attorney (access required)

Attorney Chad Bernards has joined Belnap Stewart Taylor & Morris PLLC in Boise. Bernards previously worked in real estate, commercial and construction litigation at two local law offices. In his new position, he will focus on commercial and construction litigation, ...

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NNU athletic director resigns

Rich Sanders, athletic director for Northwest Nazarene University, resigned July 2. Sanders has worked with NNU’s intercollegiate athletic program since 1991. Sanders was the assistant men’s basketball coach and sports information director until 1997, when he assumed leadership of the ...

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Chandlers welcomes new sous-chef

Chandlers Steakhouse in Boise has hired Mitchell “Milky” Maricich as its new sous-chef. Maricich is a native of California and attended the Culinary Institute of America Hyde Park in New York. After he moved to Boise, Maricich opened The Milky ...

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Otter appoints temporary state controller

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has appointed State Controller Donna Jones’ chief deputy, Brandon Woolf, temporary controller while Jones recovers from injuries sustained in a May 25 car crash. The temporary appointment, made at Jones’ request, will allow operations at the ...

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Architectural firm hires two staffers (access required)

CTA Architects Engineers has added two employees to its Boise office, where the company’s refrigeration unit is based. Wesley G. Sis works as a refrigeration designer. He has seven years of HVAC tech experience and more than three years of ...

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Givens Pursley attorneys earn recognition

Fourteen Givens Pursley attorneys have been recognized as 2012 Mountain States Super Lawyers, and two of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized as 2012 Mountain States Rising Stars. The Super Lawyers are Gary G. Allen, Christopher J. Beeson, William C. ...

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Idaho Foodbank Board elects new officers

The Idaho Foodbank’s board of directors has elected several new officers. Kevin Storms, retired president of J.R. Simplot Company’s Food Group and principal and partner at Skills Four, Inc., is the board’s chairman. He has served on the board since ...

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