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  • Company leaving Post Falls; 260 jobs to be lost

    A manufacturing company that Idaho officials recruited to much fanfare in 1994 announced on Thursday it will close its Post Falls site within two years, laying off 260 workers. Kimball …

  • Draft wastewater permits released for Idaho cities

    Idaho cities will be required to cut the amount of phosphorus they discharge into the Spokane River by more than 90 percent over the next decade to protect water quality, …

  • Post Falls project in bankruptcy

    The developer of a multiuse project planned along the Spokane River in downtown Post Falls filed for bankruptcy in federal court this week. Developer Harry Green’s company Point at Post …

  • Idaho cities say river plan poses risk to their growth

    A plan to reduce the amount of phosphorus flowing into the Spokane River would strangle growth in Kootenai County, Idaho municipalities said Monday. During a five-hour dispute resolution hearing, the …

  • Fate of Foxtail goes to commission

    POST FALLS – After being rebuffed by a county hearing examiner and the city of Post Falls, the developers of the proposed Foxtail subdivision will now ask Kootenai County commissioners …

  • The heart of Post Falls

    Try driving through the city of Post Falls and finding the center of town. It’s not easy: Interstate 90 bisects the growing city. Seltice Way, one of the busiest thoroughfares, …



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