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COLLEGE OF IDAHO ATHLETICS College of Idaho breaks ground on new athletic facility

Coyotes' $3.5 million, 22,000-foot athletic building underway

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Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 1:00 am

CALDWELL — They donned white hard hats and gripped gold-coated shovels. Cameras flashed as proud alumni and faculty stood in the distance. A pile of dirt was scooped, and thus, the groundbreaking for the $3.5-million athletic facility on the College of Idaho campus took flight toward an 11-month expedition.

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