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  • Condo project reborn as rentals

    A Coeur d’Alene condominium project postponed three years ago when the economy faltered has resurfaced as a rental housing proposal geared toward workers with moderate incomes. The city of Coeur …


  • Road to college gets redo

    The transformation of a former lumber mill site into landscaped roadways and a new intersection was celebrated Tuesday as the first step toward a long-envisioned education corridor in Coeur d’Alene. …


  • Officials break ground on higher ed corridor

    City and higher education leaders gathered Friday to break ground for the first stage of construction in Coeur d’Alene’s long-awaited education corridor. This phase will include $3.7 million worth of …


  • Riverstone awaits final pieces

    The final public improvements could be complete within the next few months at Riverstone, a 160-acre residential and commercial project along the Spokane River in Coeur d’Alene. “We will have …


  • Destroyed ice rink to rise again in Kootenai County

    The new roof on the Kootenai Youth Recreation Organization’s ice arena will be strong enough to withstand 60 pounds of snow per square foot, about 20 pounds more than building …


  • Low-income senior housing coming to Coeur d’Alene

    A Hayden company has begun construction on an affordable housing apartment complex for people 55 and older on the west side of Coeur d’Alene. Whitewater Creek also recently was approved …


  • Traffic changes proposed near NIC for education corridor

    Students and faculty will have more ways to come and go at the growing college campus northwest of downtown Coeur d’Alene if a new traffic plan is approved. Designs show …


  • Dots connect on Idaho education corridor

    A college foundation’s recent purchase of 17 acres of land in downtown Coeur d’Alene has accelerated a process to create an expanded higher education campus shared by multiple schools. On …


  • No charges against ex-LCDC chairman

    The Idaho attorney general’s office has decided no criminal charges are warranted against a former chairman of the Lake City Development Corp. regarding allegations of conflicts of interest. Charles Nipp, …

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