On The Move
Judd Jones leads Hagadone development team
Hagadone Technologies employs about 15 people that are among the brightest minds in the country, Jones said.
Intermax Networks has broken ground on two new phases of the Spirit Lake fiber-to-the-premise project.
Named one of the 15 most powerful women in credit unions
Lindsey Myhre, who started her STCU career as an account assistant 23 years ago, has been named one of the 15 most powerful women in credit unions by American Banker magazine.
Two longtime STCU employees have been promoted to positions of senior leadership.
Cindy Bond has joined eXp Realty. Bond is excited to be part of a new partnership with eXp’s exclusive eXp Luxury real estate program. As part of its select group, Bond is positioned to stand out as a trusted adviser who brings both local market expertise and valuable global connections to her clients.
Pinkerton Retirement Specialists is the highest-ranked registered investment firm in the Inland Northwest, according to Forbes.
Safeguard Equipment of Post Falls is attending the National Safety Council’s Safety Congress and Expo, a premier safety assembly gathering that hosts over 800 safety suppliers.
Patty Stewart, owner of Allegra Marketing Print Mail in Coeur d’Alene has been honored with the Sales Pinnacle award by Alliance Franchise Brands, a world leader in marketing, graphics and visual communications.
HomeShare KC has appointed Tess Reasor as its new program director.
Parker Marie Rosenberger, of Hayden, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, said Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Alien Gear Holsters, a leading brand of quality injection-molded holsters made in Post Falls, announced the company’s Rapid Force Level 2 Slim Holster has been tested and recommended by the members of the National Tactical Officers Association.
Bombastic Brewing, a craft brewery in Hayden founded in 2016, is extending its distribution to now include Nevada.
Mary Barinaga, M.D., was recognized as the Idaho Medical Association’s (IMA) president for 2024-2025 at the organization’s Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates in Coeur d’Alene on Oct. 13. In this role, Dr. Barinaga will advocate for Idaho physicians and patients, and work with policy makers and other state leaders toward improving the health and well-being of all Idahoans.
Krista Soria, an assistant professor for Adult & Organizational Learning and Leadership for University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene, has completed an Index Impact Fellowship with the Center for Expanding Leadership and Opportunity (CELA).
Devon Thurtle Anderson, owner of Skepsis Legal Solutions in Post Falls, has been selected to the 2023 Mountain States Super Lawyers list.