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The free admission Rotary Bonfire is held at Angus Macdonald Park starting at 6 p.m.
Grace McGregor has been acclaimed as Area C director for the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary.
Smokers! If you don't want to quit smoking so be it, but at least show a little respect and clean up your act!
2012 in the Grand Forks area ended with the formation of a downtown business association and a robbery at a Greenwood motel.
July and August saw a number of tragic events occurring in the Grand Forks area, with a wind storm and water-related accidents.
Three groups in Grand Forks have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to aid people in the community.
September began with a fire off Brown Creek Road in Grand Forks and October ended with news related to Canada Post.
January and February in the Grand Forks area saw a pilot project for food scraps composting and a visit from Premier Christy Clark.
Interior Health officials finally held a meeting to hear local concerns in May and a fire was quickly contained at the local Interfor mill.
In an effort to educate children about drugs and alcohol, local RCMP and SD51 have teamed to discuss issues surrounding those topics.
Concerns about possible safety issues have arisen after large cracks were found in the slag pile off of Granby Road in Grand Forks.
The City of Grand Forks looks into the possibility of constructing a sixth well near 66th Avenue.
At a recent meeting, School District 51 (SD51) discussed its current status with special education compared to the provincial average.
SD51 Superintendent Michael Strukoff is working to complete his report and it shows a six-year completion rate of 94 per cent.
With the upswing of the economy and buyer confidence, the Grand Forks real estate market has seen improvement.
School District 51's (SD51) policy committee continues to work on creating a sexual identity policy for the school district.
It has been a wonderful year for me here in Grand Forks and I am both saddened to leave, yet excited to be heading home.
Celebrating over 20 years as a group, the Grand Forks Choral Society continues to produce inspiring concerts.
The Highway 3 Corridor Economic Impact Study looked at economic impacts in relation to nearby communities, including Grand Forks.
An after school initiative has been engaging elementary students in actively participating in arts and sports in Grand Forks.