Three former Shopko buildings are empty and waiting for business of some kind, with one here in Orofino, one in Lewiston and another in Pullman.

Chris St. Germaine, Clearwater County Economic Development Specialist (CCED) has actively sought new tenants for the 25,000 square foot building that closed in May of this year only two years after opening their doors.

Pullman’s store is substantially larger, three times larger and speculation continues as to whether the city will divide the property into smaller shops.

The building in Lewiston is the largest in size (94,000 sq. ft.) and will be sold in an online auction scheduled to begin July 30 and running through Aug. 1.

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