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Developer, contractor in talks about acquiring Mirror Pond dam in Bend

By SCOTT HAMMERS and TYLER LEEDS

A partnership organized in 2013 to purchase the land beneath Mirror Pond has been meeting with Pacific Power, the company that owns the more than 100-year-old dam holding back the Deschutes River.

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Idaho Falls looks to boost auditorium

Idaho Falls officials are looking at leasing the 1,900-seat Civic Auditorium to a nonprofit group that could do a better job promoting it and bringing in more and higher-profile acts.


Seahawks fans may like the shape of Vulcan's complex at 23rd & Jackson

By JOURNAL STAFF

Vulcan Real Estate wants to put several public plazas in its mixed-use complex at 23rd and Jackson, with a goal of creating a new neighborhood hot spot.


Landmarks board to consider 1963 City Light building on Queen Anne

By LYNN PORTER

In 1963, Seattle City Light built the Power Control Center, a modernist-style steel-reinforced concrete structure that has remained on Lower Queen Anne even as the neighborhood has changed.


Weyerhaeuser sells 5 mills for $2.2B

International Paper said it is paying $2.2 billion to buy seven mills from Weyerhaeuser that make pulp used in diapers, tissues and other consumer products.


Council won't vacate street for new arena

Seattle's City Council has voted not to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team.


Shipping containers offer welcome homes in Phoenix

By TERRY TANG

StarkJames designed the apartments using two containers for each unit, but inside there are no signs of the cargo hauling days.


Eugene may build more tiny homes

Officials say construction on Eugene's second tiny house community for low-income residents could start as soon as this summer.


Anchorage tries to keep 78-acre park

Anchorage officials and the U.S. Air Force are working toward a solution after finding that the city may have to start paying hundreds of thousands of dollars each year for a 78-acre park on military land.


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