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Beardmore Architect Wins Nat’l Award

Architect Brian Runberg, an Idaho native who now lives in Seattle, is shown outside the revamped Beardmore Building in Priest River. The Beardmore Building has been part of Priest Lake since the 1920s. Runberg has won a major national award for his achievement. Idaho Statesman story by Anna Webb here. (SR file photo: Rajah Bose)

Question: Have you visited the Beardmore Building in Priest River since it was revamped?


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