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Tamarack Resort hires, promotes staffers

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Wolfe Ashcraft has been promoted to vice president of resort operations. The Tamarack veteran will now oversee all mountain and base operations across the 3600-acre resort property. Ashcraft has been with Tamarack since 2004, leading key departments including the Sports ...

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CCDC gives construction go-ahead for Boise’s downtown park (access required)

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After four years of surveys, planning and innumerable public meetings, general contractor Wright Brothers got the go-ahead from the Capital City Development Corporation to begin construction on Boise’s newest park, walking distance from the Idaho State Capitol Building. The Idaho ...

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Imperfect COVID liability immunity bill passes Legislature (access required)

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In its extraordinary session of Aug. 24 through Aug. 26, the Idaho Legislature passed House Bill 6, which was the fifth version of the pandemic-specific liability immunity legislation to be drafted and considered over just three days. HB6, which Governor ...

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Governor appoints new division heads

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Gov. Brad Little has announced that Russ Barron will lead the recently restructured Idaho Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses, the state agency responsible for administering licenses for dozens of professions and businesses in Idaho. Barron has served as executive director ...

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BNSF Railroad building replacement bridge over Lake Pend Oreille (access required)

The tug and barge for driving the piles for the new BNSF railroad bridge over Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint.

BNSF Railroad is building a bridge over Lake Pend Oreille at Sandpoint that will eliminate the one of the two remaining single-track sections on any of the nation’s transcontinental rail routes. “The project will cost roughly $100 million,” BNSF spokesperson ...

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