Andrew Tripp

MP richard Cannings at Kocomo's Coffee House in Grand Forks

FROM THE HILL: Low morale among RCMP is a problem

MP Richard Cannings argues that RCMP officers deserve better.

MP richard Cannings at Kocomo's Coffee House in Grand Forks

Canadians show their passion

Justin Trudeau's election one from the heart as Canadians go to the polls in near-record numbers.

The home of Rock Creek resident Alex Ganescu stands untouched by the recent wildfire that tore through the area. Were it not for Ganescu's diligence in ensuring his property was surrounded by a firebreak

Wildfire prevention initiative recommended

After the devestation of the Rock Creek/Westbridge fire, RDKB looking to help residents become FireSmart.

The home of Rock Creek resident Alex Ganescu stands untouched by the recent wildfire that tore through the area. Were it not for Ganescu's diligence in ensuring his property was surrounded by a firebreak
BCSS Students walked or ran for the Terry Fox Foundation on Oct. 8. This was the first such event for the school.

BCSS hosts Terry Fox Run

Midway high school runs and walks for cancer research.

BCSS Students walked or ran for the Terry Fox Foundation on Oct. 8. This was the first such event for the school.

Brace for ‘Godzilla El Nino’

“This definitely has the potential of being the Godzilla El Niño,” says NASA climatologist Bill Patzert.

Premier Christy Clark in Midway Sunday meeting with evacuees and volunteers at the evacuation centre.

Premier visits fire evacuation centre in Midway

Premier Christy Clark paid a visit to the Rock Creek fire evacuation center in Midway on Sunday afternoon to offer support t

Premier Christy Clark in Midway Sunday meeting with evacuees and volunteers at the evacuation centre.
Rock Creek Wildfire

Rock Creek wildfire up to 2,500 hectares

Both Highway 3 and 33 are closed to traffic both ways.

Rock Creek Wildfire
Copper Eagle proprietors Joanne Marien and Vanessa Chartier welcomed wagon traveller Pierre Cloutier to Greenwood on July 30. Cloutier is on the verge of completing his 4

Cloutier no lonely cowboy

Montrealer Pierre Cloutier and his horse drawn wagons rode into Greenwood.

Copper Eagle proprietors Joanne Marien and Vanessa Chartier welcomed wagon traveller Pierre Cloutier to Greenwood on July 30. Cloutier is on the verge of completing his 4

Perley students visit Greenwood Museum

A group of 60 students from Grand Forks’ Perley Elementary School enjoyed a fun and educational afternoon.

First Nations artist David Seven Deers guides one of the vertical rock columns erected as a gateway into place in Midway’s Entwined Tree Park.  Seven Deers’ project will also include a raven carving

Gateway project finds its home

Accompanying the gateway will be a raven carving, also made from andesite, but highly polished to make it black.

First Nations artist David Seven Deers guides one of the vertical rock columns erected as a gateway into place in Midway’s Entwined Tree Park.  Seven Deers’ project will also include a raven carving
(From left) Shian Corbiel

Tree-planting event a world record attempt

Employees from Interfor and Greenpeaks Resource Management Ltd. planted spruce, fir, cedar, larch and pine seedlings at Windfall Creek.

(From left) Shian Corbiel
Robin Dalziel

City of Greenwood fires Dalziel

Robin Dalziel, chief administrative officer for the city of Greenwood, was suddenly and unexpectedly relieved of his duties last Wednesday.

Robin Dalziel