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Job growth, affordable housing lures people to Spokane area

Is Spokane starting to feel a bit crowded to you? About 740,000 people live in the greater Spokane-Coeur d’Alene metro area, and that figure could swell by nearly 15,000 next year if the projected growth pans out. Moves, not births, ...

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Woodgrain acquires two Boise Cascade sawmills in Oregon (access required)

Woodgrain Millwork, Fruitland’s largest private employer, has acquired two Boise Cascade sawmills and a particleboard facility in eastern Oregon. Woodgrain took over operations Nov. 5 of the Boise Cascade sawmills in Pilot Rock and La Grande and the particleboard operations ...

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Camp Rainbow Gold to acquire Soldier Mountain Ranch and Resort (access required)

Camp Rainbow Gold said it has entered into an agreement to acquire Soldier Mountain Ranch and Resort. The proposed $1.3 million purchase includes approximately 150 acres and 26 buildings, including 21 cabins. “Camp Rainbow Gold is optimistically exploring this property and ...

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St. Luke’s McCall will get bigger and better (access required)

The five-year journey to a “new” St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center awaits McCall city approval of design documents that St. Luke’s Health System submitted Oct. 23. Construction is anticipated to start in spring or early summer on a two-story, 50,000-square-foot ...

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Roundup 11.9.18 (access required)

BVR Burgers leased the former Gyro Shack space at 2817 W. Overland Road in Boise. Bob Mitchell, CSM, and Holly Chetwood, CCIM, of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate facilitated this transaction. Northwest Fire & Security leased 2,260 square feet ...

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Pocatello is on the verge of major Northgate home, tech, retail, office project (access required)

Before you can build, you need a road. Olympus Drive now reaches north into the ambitious Northgate development that proposes as many as 10,000 new homes and a 1-million-square-foot technology park along with an array of retail and office opportunities ...

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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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