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Two decades worth of work on the Grand Forks city trails finally bore fruit as the trails were officially opened last Saturday.
With the Kettle and Granby rivers rising with seasonal run-off, dangers of flooding become more apparent.
Happy Days Donuts, the new ‘50s style eatery in town, may specialize…
Mayor Brian Taylor is looking to collect support for his drive to…
With the snow melting many people will be venturing out into the wilderness and should be wary of wood ticks.
The plan for a mobile abattoir in the Grand Forks area is…
The grand opening for Grand Forks' trails took place on May 14. The Grand Forks Pipes and Drums played leading up to the ceremony and started from different locations in the city.
The current library space at Grand Forks Secondary School (GFSS) will become…
Is Osama really dead?Did Pakistan have something to do with it?Now that…
A golfer from Christina Lake has earned a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) scholarship.
Key members of the Grand Forks deer committee had a chance to compare notes with other problem deer communities at a recent meeting in Cranbrook.
This Saturday, the Grand Forks portion of the Trans Canada Trail will be having its grand opening.
Harry and Lois Kimmel lost their home to a fire last May and a year later, they’re still waiting for the house to be completed.
A large contingent came out to Grand Forks’ library last Thursday to…
With the late spring, the snow pack in the Kettle region is…
Grand Forks RCMP is warning people to be wary of phone and email scams. The warning comes after a resident reported that someone wanting personal information had called them. “A person called up in regard to an unsolicited call offering to fix their computer,” Staff Sgt. Jim Harrison said.
Brent Batten is the new head coach and general manage of the Grand Forks Border Bruins.
The environment committee will be looking into a report on water demand…
School District 51 (SD51) announced that it will have to cut more than a half million dollars to balance the 2011/2012 budget, this despite funding levels staying the same as last year.
Chess is a game that goes back hundreds of years and is played by people all over the world.
In Grand Forks, Phil Lefkowitz hopes to put together a chess club so that anyone who would like to learn more about the game would have the opportunity to.