Carleen Herring, in her Twin Falls office, helped put the magic in the “Magic Valley miracle.” Her little-known job is arranging public and private financing for infrastructure projects that can spark economic and job growth.
Carleen Herring, in her Twin Falls office, helped put the magic in the “Magic Valley miracle.” Her little-known job is arranging public and private financing for infrastructure projects that can spark economic and job growth. Drew Nash Times-News
Carleen Herring, in her Twin Falls office, helped put the magic in the “Magic Valley miracle.” Her little-known job is arranging public and private financing for infrastructure projects that can spark economic and job growth. Drew Nash Times-News

4,700 jobs and counting. This woman helped finance the ‘Magic Valley miracle’

December 29, 2016 07:26 AM

UPDATED December 30, 2016 01:28 PM

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