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The Grand Forks economic development committee is looking for more ways to make the municipal airport a busier place.
The seventh annual Pharmasave Christina Lake Triathlon took place this past Sunday and Seth Betting from Rossland, B.C. took first overall.
After back-to-work legislation was passed by the federal government, Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) from local 746 in Grand Forks are going back to work.
A truck attempting a U-turn on Forester Road, near North Fork Road, went down an embankment and suffered damage. The driver was from Evansburg, Alberta.
Provincial NDP candidates were in Grand Forks to take questions from locals on their positions on various topics on Saturday night at the Grand Forks Wildlife Hall.
The Grand Forks Wildlife Association Fishing Derby on Father's Day had its best turnout yet.
There were some interesting developments at the last School District 51 (SD51) board of education meeting of the year.
Former Grand Forks Mayor Yasushi Sugimoto will be remembered at a gathering on Tuesday at the Omega Restaurant in Grand Forks.
Tires valued at over $40,000 were stolen from Kal Tire in Grand Forks on Wednesday night.
CUPW workers in Grand Forks (local 746) are not happy that the federal government is trying to pass back-to-work legislation.
Grand Forks, B.C. Conservation Officer Dave Webster once again wants to warn people not to handle deer fawns (babies).
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A 1995 GMC Jimmy was broken into and RCMP found blood inside. It will be used as DNA evidence and will be kept on file.
Grand Forks resident Josh Caron is on his way to a degree at the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM).
Construction on the Habitat for Humanity Boundary seven-unit multiplex building on 72nd Avenue has finally been able to commence.
Like I said last column, I’ve been biking around the area a lot, especially Christina Lake, and I’ve been waiting to run into a bear while out.
Canada Post operations have been shut down as a result of contract negotiations with the Canada Union of Postal Workers.
Grand Forks RCMP executed a search warrant hoping to find a grow op, but instead found a lead on another incident, involving graffiti.
Canada Post has now shut down urban operations across Canada.
Sometimes when you write a column you have so many things to cover you can’t write a column about just one thing. So here’s my column about whatever came to mind.