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Opera Idaho seeks to build its own theater (access required)

Opera Idaho is tiptoeing into building its own theater, ideally suited for opera. The 40-year-old opera, which performs statewide, has staged operas at the Egyptian Theater in downtown Boise since 2010 and at the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts. ...

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An NHL hockey rink finds a home on the roof of a midwestern former Macy’s (access required)

The ambitious overhaul of the former downtown St. Paul Macy’s store was rife with complexities that ran the gamut from an aggressive timeline to a constrained project site fronted by busy Wabasha Street. But arguably the most difficult and unusual ...

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Seeking less regulation, California manufacturer plans move to Weiser (access required)

The president of a metal booth manufacturing company in Oroville, California has purchased a long-abandoned feedlot in Weiser with plans to move his business to Idaho within the next few years. Carl Hagan’s AFC Finishing Systems has about 45 employees, ...

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CBC Advisors will handle leasing at Pocatello’s Northgate development (access required)

Salt Lake City-based Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors has signed on as the exclusive commercial sales and leasing agent for the massive mixed-use Northgate development slated for Pocatello and Chubbuck. The 4,500-acre Northgate project could ultimately involve 10,000 homes and a ...

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Post Falls railroad crossing upgraded following fatal wreck

A railroad crossing in a northern Idaho city has been upgraded with additional safety features nearly a year after a wreck between a car and train caused the death of a 15-year-old girl. The Coeur d’Alene Press reports the Union ...

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