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Grand Forks RCMP say that a red 2009 Honda quad was stolen and last seen headed eastbound on 75th Avenue.
There have been a lot of moths in the Boundary area lately and the spruce budworm moths are in the middle of their lifecycle.
Negotiations to purchase the Kettle Falls International Railroad have not happened yet, despite abandonment of the railroad being set to take place in less than three months.
Well, I have a bit of news. That’s something I probably could start most sentences with, but this news is different. As some of you may have heard, this is the last column I’ll be writing for The Gazette.
On Aug. 9 at 2:30 a.m., Christina Lake Fire Rescue received a call about a possible structure fire across from the Christina Lake Marina.
The body of a Grand Forks man who went missing Sunday night on the Kettle River was found Monday.
A relatively cool spring has helped to keep fires to a minimum around the Grand Forks and Christina Lake area.
The upcoming Fibre Fusion at the Forks will be showcasing various forms of fibre arts and runs Aug. 11 to 13.
The Grand Forks Fall Fair is only a month away and events include a beer garden, DJ and games.
Interfor's application for a cogeneration plant at the Grand Forks mill was not accepted by B.C. Hydro.
The Forest Practices Board will be investigating a mudslide in the Gilpin Grasslands region.
After commencing work on Yaky Jacquie's Café's new location, RDKB building inspectors issued a stop-work order on the premises.
Metal band All Else Fails will be playing to Grand Forks tonight. The band comes from St. Albert, near Edmonton, and has a style that isn’t held back by the borders of just one genre.
The operators of the Kettle Falls International Railway (KFR) have given notice that they will be abandoning the railroad.
Vaagen Brothers Lumber is currently working to resurrect the Midway mill site and production could start as early as October.
A nine-year-old golfer will be one of four representing Canada at this week’s World Golf Championships.
Neil and Andrea Krog of Twisted Forks Catering in Grand Forks are off to Whistler for the Canadian National BBQ Championships.
Three occupants of a vehicle that flipped over up the North Fork walked away uninjured.
Grand Forks doesn't have plans to adopt smart meters any time in the near future.
This past weekend, the Grand Forks BMX club hosted the Provincial BMX Championship. While the provincial was on Sunday, the race events went on all weekend.