Post Falls, Idaho

What is Post Falls, Idaho known for?


modern rock

by Interstate 90 (Interstate 90 in Idaho#Related routes). Interstate 90 Business in Coeur d'Alene (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho), Osburn (Osburn, Idaho) Silverton (Silverton, Idaho), Post Falls (Post Falls, Idaho), and Wallace (Wallace, Idaho) are segments of US-10. - '''KCDA''' is a Modern (Modern rock)-leaning Adult Contemporary outlet owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station offers up a mix of familiar new music with less talk. Its COL is Post Falls, Idaho and serves


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. Jobs Plus, Inc., the local economic development organization has recruited several small to medium sized firms to the county. Manufacturing jobs are found primarily in electronics, lumber and furniture at the present. Post Falls was the chosen location for Flexcel, Inc., a major furniture manufacturer that relocated to North Idaho nearly fifteen years ago and employs a workforce of 350. This was done with the help of Jobs Plus, Inc. and by creating an Urban Renewal District to help

Education align center 690 - Wal-Mart Stores (Walmart) Retail grocery align center 450 - Kimball Furniture Group, Inc. Manufacturer align center 350 - City of Post Falls Government align center 300 - Buck Knives Manufacturer align center 220 - Cabela's Retail align center 200 - Sysco Food services distributor align center 185 - Accurate Molded Plastics Manufacturer align center 160 - Red Lion Hotels Corporation Red Lion

futurity, Idaho Gem finished third and Idaho Star finished seventh. Idaho Gem won his next race at the San Joaquin Fair in Stockton, June 21. His time of 20.724 seconds over the 350-yard course was the fastest time by a 3-year-old mule through the end of July, the halfway point in the mule racing season. Idaho Gem also collected two seconds in photo finishes with the racing mule Out of My League. The total margin of victory between the two mules in the two races was .043 seconds. Through his


population history

estimate 29357 estyear 2013 footnote source: Moffatt, Riley. ''Population History of Western U.S. Cities & Towns, 1850–1990''. Lanham (Lanham, Maryland): Scarecrow, 1996, 97.


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build infrastructure. This District closed out at the end of December 2001. Jobs Plus, Inc. has also just recently helped bring Center Partners, a call center business (employing a workforce of 300), and Buck Knives brought their manufacturing headquarters (workforce of 250) to the City. Also, Wal-Mart opened its new store in January 2002, employing a workforce of 300. Construction of a private surgical hospital was completed in 2004. Sysco foods opened their distribution plant

Falls in 2009 were: class "wikitable" - ! Employer ! Type of business ! Employees - Ground Force Manufacturing align center 300 - Post Falls School District

Education align center 690 - Wal-Mart Stores (Walmart) Retail grocery align center 450 - Kimball Furniture Group, Inc. Manufacturer align center 350 - City of Post Falls Government align center 300 - Buck Knives Manufacturer align center 220 - Cabela's Retail align center 200 - Sysco Food services distributor align center 185 - Accurate Molded Plastics Manufacturer align center 160 - Red Lion Hotels Corporation Red Lion


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the opening of ALK Source Materials Biopol which is a Danish pharmaceutical company, a second Super Wal-Mart store that will be located near the new Cabelas store began its construction and is slated to open in early summer 2010, and Lowe’s Home Improvement finalized the purchase of land adjacent to the new Wal-Mart at the Pointe at Post Falls. Ground Force Manufacturing, a large construction equipment manufacturer, completed an addition that increased their production space by


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sqft m2 in 2009 in order to meet the heavy demands for their mining construction products around the globe. In 2010, additional commercial real estate activity is anticipated including the construction of the Lowe’s Home Improvement store mentioned earlier; a new 30,000 professional office building to house a high tech network-based solutions company named Ednetics; a 30,000 LEED certified industrial building to be the home of a subsidiary of Berg Integrated Systems will begin construction in early 2010; the State of Idaho Department of Labor will construct their new regional office here in Post Falls that will provide services to the northern five counties of Idaho; Blue Dog RV is planning on constructing a new recreational vehicle showroom and maintenance facility; several restaurants are also anticipated to locate within the Pointe at Post Falls regional power center to take advantage of the retail traffic of Cabela’s and Wal-Mart; the City’s downtown area is expected to see a major mixed use project also take off with infrastructure and the first phase including a hospitality component begin construction; and finally the community anticipates that construction on the Beck Road Interchange with Interstate 90 will begin this fall ultimately providing service to the Pointe at Post Falls and EXPO on the north side of the freeway and the Riverbend Commerce Park and Greyhound Event Center on the south side of the Interstate 90. Employers Major employers in Post Falls in 2009 were: '''KCDA''' is a Modern (Modern rock)-leaning Adult Contemporary outlet owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station offers up a mix of familiar new music with less talk. Its COL is Post Falls, Idaho and serves the Spokane, Washington area on a frequency of 103.1 MHz and an effective radiated power of 18.5 kW. Streaming online at http: www.1031kcda.com. Broadcasting in HD. He resulted from the collaboration of Dr. Gordon Woods and Dr. Dirk Vanderwall of the Northwest Equine Reproduction Laboratory at the University of Idaho and Dr. Ken White of Utah State University. Two more healthy mule clones were born in succeeding months as a result of Project Idaho, Utah Pioneer on June 9, and Idaho Star on July 27. The project was largely financed by Post Falls, Idaho, businessman Don Jacklin, who also served as president of the American Mule Racing Association. Idaho Gem and Idaho Star were transported to trainers in 2005 to prepare them for racing in 2006. Idaho Gem and Idaho Star both won their first races on June 3, 2006, separate trial races for the Humboldt Futurity during the Winnemucca, Nev., Mule Races, Show and Draft Horse Challenge, June 3 and 4. In the June 4 futurity, Idaho Gem finished third and Idaho Star finished seventh. Idaho Gem won his next race at the San Joaquin Fair in Stockton, June 21. His time of 20.724 seconds over the 350-yard course was the fastest time by a 3-year-old mule through the end of July, the halfway point in the mule racing season. Idaho Gem also collected two seconds in photo finishes with the racing mule Out of My League. The total margin of victory between the two mules in the two races was .043 seconds. Through his first six races, Idaho Gem collected two firsts, two seconds a third and a fourth. A lawsuit currently pending alleges that Smith and others at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa knew or should have known that a minister named Anthony Iglesias was prone to sexual abuse when they moved him from ministry positions in Diamond Bar, California, to Thailand, to Post Falls, Idaho. Graman, Kevin 2011. Churches protected predator, suit says, ''The Spokesman-Review''. Published 16 April 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. Iglesias was convicted of lewd conduct with two 14-year-old boys in California in 2004, and the current lawsuit stems from events in Idaho, but all alleged abuse occurred in or before 2003. The Costa Mesa congregation is involved solely due to its leadership role among Calvary Chapels. Arellano, Gustavo 2011. Lawsuit claims Calvary Chapel allowed shuffling of pedophile employee from Diamond Bar to Idaho, ''OC Weekly''. Published 23 August 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. To date, no statements have been issued by Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa on this matter.


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Spokane is surrounded by many incorporated and unincorporated communities, which make up the suburbs of Spokane. They include Spokane Valley (Spokane Valley, Washington), Medical Lake (Medical Lake, Washington), Cheney (Cheney, Washington), Airway Heights (Airway Heights, Washington), Millwood (Millwood, Washington), Liberty Lake (Liberty Lake, Washington), Mead (Mead, Washington), and Nine Mile Falls (Nine Mile Falls, Washington). Directly east of Spokane County is the Coeur d'Alene Metropolitan Statistical Area, composed entirely of Kootenai County, Idaho. Coeur d'Alene (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho) anchors the Idaho portion of the urban area, which includes Post Falls (Post Falls, Idaho), Hayden (Hayden, Idaho), and Rathdrum (Rathdrum, Idaho). Mega Millions' third-largest won jackpot '''annuity value''' ($380 million), and largest ''cash'' jackpot ($240 million), was for the January 4, 2011 drawing; two tickets, one each from Post Falls, Idaho, and Ephrata, Washington, matched all six winning numbers, winning $190 million (annuity) each. The holders of each ticket chose the cash option. Calvary Chapel leaders, including Smith, are the subject of a currently pending lawsuit alleging that they knew or should have known that a minister named Anthony Iglesias was prone to sexual abuse when they moved him from ministry positions in Diamond Bar, California, to Thailand, to Post Falls, Idaho. Arellano, Gustavo 2011. Lawsuit claims Calvary Chapel allowed shuffling of pedophile employee from Diamond Bar to Idaho, ''OC Weekly''. Published 23 August 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. Iglesias was convicted of lewd conduct with two 14-year-old boys in California in 2004, and the current lawsuit stems from events in Idaho, but all alleged abuse occurred in or before 2003. Graman, Kevin 2011. Churches protected predator, suit says, ''The Spokesman-Review''. Published 16 April 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. The largest city in the region, Spokane ("The Lilac City"), is located near where the arid, and largely unforested Columbia plateau meets the lush forests of the Selkirk Mountains. The urban area stretches east into Idaho along the I-90 corridor through the Spokane River valley across the border of Idaho to Post Falls, Idaho and the city of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho on the north bank of Lake Coeur d'Alene. The Northeastern Washington and Northern Idaho portion of the Inland Empire are mountainous and forested, and the crest of the Bitteroot Range of the Rocky Mountains forms part of the eastern boundary of the Inland Empire region, while the Columbia River forms a significant part of its southern boundary. From Lake Coeur d'Alene, the Spokane River traverses the Rathdrum Prairie until reaching Post Falls, Idaho where it passes over a dam, and a natural 40-foot waterfall. Continuing westward, it later passes over 5 more dams, four of which are located in the city of Spokane. In Spokane, it flows over the Spokane Falls, which are located in the heart of Downtown Spokane, ref name


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the opening of ALK Source Materials Biopol which is a Danish pharmaceutical company, a second Super Wal-Mart store that will be located near the new Cabelas store began its construction and is slated to open in early summer 2010, and Lowe’s Home Improvement finalized the purchase of land adjacent to the new Wal-Mart at the Pointe at Post Falls. Ground Force Manufacturing, a large construction equipment manufacturer, completed an addition that increased their production space by '''KCDA''' is a Modern (Modern rock)-leaning Adult Contemporary outlet owned by Clear Channel Communications. The station offers up a mix of familiar new music with less talk. Its COL is Post Falls, Idaho and serves the Spokane, Washington area on a frequency of 103.1 MHz and an effective radiated power of 18.5 kW. Streaming online at http: www.1031kcda.com. Broadcasting in HD. He resulted from the collaboration of Dr. Gordon Woods and Dr. Dirk Vanderwall of the Northwest Equine Reproduction Laboratory at the University of Idaho and Dr. Ken White of Utah State University. Two more healthy mule clones were born in succeeding months as a result of Project Idaho, Utah Pioneer on June 9, and Idaho Star on July 27. The project was largely financed by Post Falls, Idaho, businessman Don Jacklin, who also served as president of the American Mule Racing Association. Idaho Gem and Idaho Star were transported to trainers in 2005 to prepare them for racing in 2006. Idaho Gem and Idaho Star both won their first races on June 3, 2006, separate trial races for the Humboldt Futurity during the Winnemucca, Nev., Mule Races, Show and Draft Horse Challenge, June 3 and 4. In the June 4 futurity, Idaho Gem finished third and Idaho Star finished seventh. Idaho Gem won his next race at the San Joaquin Fair in Stockton, June 21. His time of 20.724 seconds over the 350-yard course was the fastest time by a 3-year-old mule through the end of July, the halfway point in the mule racing season. Idaho Gem also collected two seconds in photo finishes with the racing mule Out of My League. The total margin of victory between the two mules in the two races was .043 seconds. Through his first six races, Idaho Gem collected two firsts, two seconds a third and a fourth. A lawsuit currently pending alleges that Smith and others at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa knew or should have known that a minister named Anthony Iglesias was prone to sexual abuse when they moved him from ministry positions in Diamond Bar, California, to Thailand, to Post Falls, Idaho. Graman, Kevin 2011. Churches protected predator, suit says, ''The Spokesman-Review''. Published 16 April 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. Iglesias was convicted of lewd conduct with two 14-year-old boys in California in 2004, and the current lawsuit stems from events in Idaho, but all alleged abuse occurred in or before 2003. The Costa Mesa congregation is involved solely due to its leadership role among Calvary Chapels. Arellano, Gustavo 2011. Lawsuit claims Calvary Chapel allowed shuffling of pedophile employee from Diamond Bar to Idaho, ''OC Weekly''. Published 23 August 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. To date, no statements have been issued by Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa on this matter.


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build infrastructure. This District closed out at the end of December 2001. Jobs Plus, Inc. has also just recently helped bring Center Partners, a call center business (employing a workforce of 300), and Buck Knives brought their manufacturing headquarters (workforce of 250) to the City. Also, Wal-Mart opened its new store in January 2002, employing a workforce of 300. Construction of a private surgical hospital was completed in 2004. Sysco foods opened their distribution plant

the opening of ALK Source Materials Biopol which is a Danish pharmaceutical company, a second Super Wal-Mart store that will be located near the new Cabelas store began its construction and is slated to open in early summer 2010, and Lowe’s Home Improvement finalized the purchase of land adjacent to the new Wal-Mart at the Pointe at Post Falls. Ground Force Manufacturing, a large construction equipment manufacturer, completed an addition that increased their production space by

sqft m2 in 2009 in order to meet the heavy demands for their mining construction products around the globe. In 2010, additional commercial real estate activity is anticipated including the construction of the Lowe’s Home Improvement store mentioned earlier; a new 30,000 professional office building to house a high tech network-based solutions company named Ednetics; a 30,000 LEED certified industrial building to be the home of a subsidiary of Berg Integrated Systems will begin


employee

have known that a minister named Anthony Iglesias was prone to sexual abuse when they moved him from ministry positions in Diamond Bar, California, to Thailand, to Post Falls, Idaho. Arellano, Gustavo 2011. Lawsuit claims Calvary Chapel allowed shuffling of pedophile employee from Diamond Bar to Idaho, '' OC Weekly

among Calvary Chapels. Arellano, Gustavo 2011. Lawsuit claims Calvary Chapel allowed shuffling of pedophile employee from Diamond Bar to Idaho, ''OC Weekly''. Published 23 August 2011. Retrieved 19 September 2011. To date, no statements have been issued by Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa on this matter.

Post Falls, Idaho

'''Post Falls''' is a city in Kootenai County (Kootenai County, Idaho), Idaho, between Coeur d'Alene (Coeur d'Alene, Idaho) and Spokane, Washington. The population was 27,574 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), up from 17,247 in 2000 census (2000 United States Census), making it Idaho's tenth largest city. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2014 population is 30,123.

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