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Ketchum angling for a culinary school (access required)

A new culinary school is in the works for the former Globus restaurant space that closed Oct. 6 in downtown Ketchum. The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is a collaboration between food industry notables Paul Hineman and Chris Koetke and Sun ...

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U.S. Attorney’s office will move to Pioneer Crossing (access required)

The U.S. Attorney’s Office will relocate to the new Pioneer Crossing office building at Myrtle and 13th streets, becoming the second announced tenant for the five-story, 127,000-square-foot structure expected to open in May. First Interstate Bank in June announced it would ...

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JUMP clears lot across Myrtle for more parking (access required)

The dirt lot across Myrtle Street from the five-level JUMP garage will become… more parking for JUMP. Earth movers in recent days have been shifting dirt around, raising questions about what was happing on that undeveloped lot. It had served ...

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Last beam in place for St. Luke’s Children’s Pavilion; next up a sky bridge (access required)

The Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion at St. Luke’s structure is in place now, having arisen from a 36-foot deep hole since July-August 2017. The final steel beam at the highest point was installed the week of Oct. 22, a week ...

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