(Ron) Nilson, pictured, and (Robert) Ketchum stand apart because they are committed to helping students in credit and non-credit classes reach their full potential not just intellectually, but economically. They understand that at the end of the educational line, if the graduate doesn't have a good job, the education probably doesn't have good value. We're convinced Ketchum and Nilson will expand and improve relationships within the community and at the state level. Both have earned the respect of Idaho's state and federal officials, so when they talk about NIC's needs, those holding the keys to resources will listen/Mike Patrick, Coeur d'Alene Press Editorial Board. More here.
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