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  • Chairman of Buck Knives dies in North Idaho at age 78

    POST FALLS, Idaho — Chuck Buck, the chairman of Buck Knives Inc., has died. He was 78.


  • Buck Knives keeps its knifemaking legacy in family

    Buck Knives’ roots trace back to 1902, when 13-year-old blacksmith apprentice Hoyt Buck developed a method of heat-treating steel so that hoes and other tools would hold their edges better. …


  • Buck helps whittle knife rules

    WASHINGTON – A new federal rule that banned some imported folding knives might have been good for a Post Falls company. But Buck Knives, and its president, decided to fight …


  • Buck Knives employees getting 10 percent pay cut

    These aren’t the kind of cuts the folks at Buck Knives like to make. The Post Falls-based knife manufacturer is cutting the pay of every employee by 10 percent in …


  • Buck Knives makes cuts

    These aren’t the kind of cuts the folks at Buck Knives like to make. The Post Falls-based knife manufacturer is cutting the pay of every employee by 10 percent in …


  • Buck Knives nervous about Customs language

    There’s a switchblade fight going on in Congress. Depending on who wins, North Idaho could bleed jobs. This is not some latter-day version of the Sharks and the Jets, minus …


  • Buck Knives CEO ‘nervous’ about switchblade rule

    The president of Buck Knives says he’s concerned about a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency plan to reclassify certain imported knives as switchblades.


  • Buck has local edge

    The timing could not have been better for Post Falls-based Buck Knives to move production lines back to the United States from China. A renewed spirit of nationalism, driven by …

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