Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Business Briefs

Hailey Chamber of Commerce moves

The Hailey Chamber of Commerce has moved its office to 706 S. Main St. (adjacent to Blaine Manor). Its phone numbers remain the same: 788-3484 and 788-2700, as does its fax number: 578-1595.

The chamber stated that it planned to open at the new location on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

Windy City Arts now in Hailey

Windy City Arts has moved from Bellevue to 141 Citation Way, Suite 1, off Airport Way in Hailey.

The graphic design and sign company specializes in metal and wood lettering, vehicle graphics, large-format printing, banners, stickers and labels.

Windy City Arts has been owned by Troy and Linda Larsen since 2004. In a news release, they expressed appreciation to the city of Bellevue and Bob and Debbie Commons of Sun Valley Bronze, who provided them with office space.

Dentist moves to new location

Dr. Jeffrey R. Roth's new dental office opened Jan. 27 at 408 S. Main St., Suite 1, in Hailey. The new office is two doors down from the former office at 416 S. Main St. For more information, call 788-7766.

Law firm named to legal guide

Lawson, Laski, Clark & Pogue, located in Ketchum, Idaho, has been recognized in the 95th edition of Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, the definitive guide to America's leading lawyers and law firms.

According to the firm, only the most pre-eminent law practices appear in the Bar Register—those that have achieved top rankings in legal ability and adherence to professional conduct. The ratings are based on the confidential opinions of attorneys and judges.

The firm consists of attorneys Ed Lawson, Jim Laski, Erin Clark, Mike Pogue and Kirstin Dutcher.

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