River Park Complex multi-use sports complex

An artist’s rendering of Portneuf Capital’s proposed multi-use sports complex at the River Park Complex, located at the former Hoku plant site in Pocatello.

POCATELLO — The local businessmen working to transform the defunct Hoku polysilicon plant into a robust industrial park have proposed to add a versatile multimillion-dollar sports complex to the site.

Portneuf Capital — a limited-liability company that includes Soda Springs natives LD Barthlome and Chad Hansen as well as Pocatello High School graduate Darren Miller — presented the proposed massive pressurized air-dome facility to the Pocatello Development Authority on April 21.

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