Eric Miller, right, exhibits director at the Discovery Center of Idaho, and Mark O'Brien, exhibits designer, talk in one of the galleries that is being renovated.
Eric Miller, right, exhibits director at the Discovery Center of Idaho, and Mark O'Brien, exhibits designer, talk in one of the galleries that is being renovated. Alex Couey Special to the Idaho Statesman
Eric Miller, right, exhibits director at the Discovery Center of Idaho, and Mark O'Brien, exhibits designer, talk in one of the galleries that is being renovated. Alex Couey Special to the Idaho Statesman

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October 25, 2015 11:44 PM

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