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  • Ruling goes against Chateau de Loire

    The long saga of a French-themed, luxury housing development proposed for the eastern side of Lake Coeur d’Alene appears to have come to an end. On Wednesday, the Idaho Supreme …


  • High court rejects luxury Chateau de Loire development

    The long saga of a French-themed, luxury housing development proposed for the eastern side of Lake Coeur d’Alene appears to have come to an end.


  • Developer accused of plotting murders in North Idaho

    A Las Vegas developer acquitted by a federal jury in a North Idaho marijuana distribution case remains jailed without bail, now accused of conspiring to kill the prosecution’s key witnesses, …


  • Kootenai rejects luxury resort

    Kootenai County’s Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to deny a Nevada developer’s request to build a French-themed luxury golf development overlooking Lake Coeur d’Alene. It was the second time …


  • Developer pitches nature angle

    Transforming the old, overgrazed Flying Arrow cattle ranch into a luxury playground for golfers ultimately will improve the quality of the meadows, streams and wildlife habitat, claim the developers of …


  • Chateau de Loire hearing set

    After three postponements, the public gets a chance Wednesday to comment on a controversial proposal for a French-themed golf retreat on Lake Coeur d’Alene. A Kootenai County examiner is having …


  • Planner ordered to halt project

    Kootenai County issued a stop-work order Friday on a county planning employee’s development south of Post Falls because an engineer hadn’t reviewed the road construction. The county Planning and Building …


  • Lake project faces new delay

    Thursday’s public hearing for a proposed French-themed golf retreat on the east side of Lake Coeur d’Alene has been postponed again, this time because neighbors were given incorrect information in …


  • Judge rejects hearing on Chateau de Loire

    A district court judge ruled Wednesday that Kootenai County is following the rules and that a proposed French-themed golf retreat is on the fast track. This means that the July …


  • Chateau de Loire developers ask for court hearing on delays

    The developers of a proposed French-themed golf retreat allege Kootenai County broke a mediated agreement over the development schedule, and on Tuesday they asked a judge for an emergency court …


  • Chateau de Loire hearing has changed

    Kootenai County has moved the first public hearing on the proposed Chateau de Loire golf retreat to May 31, after the developers requested more time. The hearing was initially scheduled …


  • Chateau de Loire proposal resurfaces

    Two of Kootenai County’s most controversial developments are back with slight changes, meaning the public soon will be able to comment on plans for a French-themed golf retreat and more …


  • Chateau planners begin anew

    The developers of a French-themed golf retreat on the east side of Lake Coeur d’Alene are starting over after reaching a mediated agreement with the county. Las Vegas-based Kirk-Hughes Development …


  • Black Rock, yes; no for Chateau

    Crews will break ground today on a 1,100-acre expansion to the area’s original exclusive golf community after the Kootenai County Commission approved Black Rock North on Thursday. Yet the commission …


  • North Idaho development opposition growing

    Neighborhood groups across Kootenai County, from Harrison to Athol, are organizing to battle a new trend to put gigantic housing developments in the county’s most rural areas. Many residents think …


  • Examiner sides with Chateau project

    Plans for a French-themed golf community near Moscow Bay are moving forward after a Kootenai County hearing examiner ruled Thursday that there is little difference between it and a similar …


  • Chateau de Loire hearing set

    Chateau de Loire, a proposed $150 million golf and lake club overlooking Lake Coeur d’Alene, is back and ready for public comment Thursday. In November, a county hearing examiner ruled …


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