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Idaho workforce group takes aim at reviving vo-tech

On Tuesday at Buck Knives, Nilson, owner of Ground Force Manufacturing in Post Falls and leader of the loose-knit North Idaho Manufacturing Consortium, helped bring together about 60 educational and business leaders and legislators to consider improving vocational-technical programs to meet the need for skilled workers.

Economic group’s picks will try to bring jobs to the Boise Valley

"It is crucial to fund our economic development effort sufficiently to position the great story the Treasure Valley has to tell in the minds of targeted boards and CEOs who are considering relocation for their companies."

Northern Idaho manufacturer, LA Aluminum Casting Co. may add jobs

"We’ve just exploded," Nicol said. "Our biggest challenge is keeping up with orders."

100 Miles of River And Sold-Out Seats in Idaho – White Water Company for Sale in Montana

For most U.S. river-rafting tour operators, the work "is a labor of love,"

What would lowering property taxes mean to Southeast Idaho?

Property tax reform certain to be one of the weightiest issues facing the 2006 Idaho Legislature

Idaho Office of Science & Technology November 2005

In this issue: # AMIS Introduces ‘Smart Camera’ Chips # Micron Develops Intuitive Sensor for Safer Driving # Governor’s Science & Technology Council to Meet # GIANTS Deadline Approaches # Extended Systems Releases New Wireless…

Bike trailer business will relocate to Boise, Idaho – Lower housing costs attract California firm

"In addition to bringing new jobs and opening new markets, BOB also brings with it a group of talented individuals that will add to the city’s most valuable asset — its people," Jones said.

October 2005 Idaho Commerce & Labor Connections

"We are extremely pleased and excited to locate our new facility in Mountain Home. The city and state were very aggressive in terms of the incentives they were able to offer."
— John L. Skoug, Chairman and CEO Marathon Cheese Corp.

Giant retail complex to change Boise’s core – BoDo opens Oct. 31 on 4 city blocks

Local and national observers believe the seven-acre BoDo project, which is patterned after similar developments in Boulder, Colo., Santa Barbara, Calif. and Bellevue, Wash., will trigger an explosion of activity in the Downtown area.

The Physics of Form – Idaho Companies use high-tech furnaces for custom molds

At Form Physics, components ranging from parts of orthodontic braces to products for aircraft and aerospace begin as precisely mixed alloys of exotic metal powders, formed in molds and heated to temperatures as high as 4,500 degrees Fahrenheit.