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Boundary Electric will be supplying a transformer

Boundary Electric to supply transformer to Nunavut hospital

A transformer supplied by Boundary Electric was initially going to be transported by Buffalo Airways, of Ice Pilots NWT fame, to Nunavut.

Boundary Electric will be supplying a transformer
From left: MLA John Slater

Boundary Hospital heliport plans progressing

Grand Forks has agreed to send a letter to Transport Canada in support of heliport construction at the Boundary Hospital property.

From left: MLA John Slater

Greyhound looking to cut bus services to Grand Forks, Greenwood and Midway

Greyhound Canada bus services may be reduced or eliminated to Grand Forks, Greenwood and Midway by the end of this year.

Grand Forks residents reminded to store food properly to keep bears away

Grand Forks residents reminded to store food properly and not to leave garbage out early to keep bears away.

The Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (USCC) and the Boundary Museum Society (BMS) has signed a 10-year lease agreement for management of the Boundary Museum at the Fructova heritage grounds.

Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ and Boundary Museum Society sign 10-year lease for Fructova heritage site

The USCC and the Boundary Museum Society have signed a 10-year lease agreement for management of the Fructova heritage site.

The Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (USCC) and the Boundary Museum Society (BMS) has signed a 10-year lease agreement for management of the Boundary Museum at the Fructova heritage grounds.

Richard Fehr Memorial Fundraiser set up to send children to camp

The Richard Fehr Memorial Fundraiser has been set up to raise money to send children with special needs to summer camps each year.

The City of Grand Forks' Chief Administrative Officer Lynne Burch reminiscences about her time working with the city.

REMINISCENCES: City of Grand Forks’ CAO Lynne Burch

The City of Grand Forks' Chief Administrative Officer Lynne Burch recalls her years working for the city.

The City of Grand Forks' Chief Administrative Officer Lynne Burch reminiscences about her time working with the city.

Beast of the Southern Wild a must-see film

A Sundance Film Festival winner for multiple awards, Beast of the Southern Wild is a must-see film.

CEO William Powell's company

BUSINESS BEAT: Grand Forks business nominated ‘Most Promising Start-Up’

Grand Forks’ Environment Depot for Wastewater to Energy Ltd. has been nominated as “Most Promising Start-Up” for the KAST awards.

CEO William Powell's company

Local companies oppose Roxul road closure bylaw

Grand Forks city council has approved the Roxul road closure bylaw, but there are concerns from local companies.

Knitting at the Grand Forks library for teens

A teen knitting club will be making scarves this winter at the Grand Forks and District Public Library every Thursday.

The Winnipeg Hotel on Central Avenue in Grand Forks could be torn down.

UPDATED: Permit submitted to tear down Winnipeg Hotel in Grand Forks and convert to liquor store

A development permit has been submitted to dismantle the current Winnipeg Hotel and replace the building with a liquor store.

The Winnipeg Hotel on Central Avenue in Grand Forks could be torn down.

Grocery stores in Grand Forks pulled meat after recall

Affected meat has been removed from shelves at the local grocery stores in Grand Forks after a large meat recall by XL Foods in September.

Bullying not limited to school, work

Bullying has become a reoccurring theme lately, an almost redundant topic, but important, especially with the Amanda Todd suicide.

Boundary Central Secondary School raising fees for student athletes

Boundary Central Secondary School (BCSS) will be adding an additional $25 to their school fees for student athletes.

Christina Lake library outreach service a success

The Grand Forks and District Public Library's outreach service to Christina Lake has seen success after a pilot period.

From left: SD51 board trustee Dave Reid

SD51 Oct. 9 board meeting: Buses to be replaced, new playground equipment for Greenwood Elementary School

Bus replacements, class sizes and a new playground were some of the issues discussed during the School District 51 meeting on Oct. 9.

From left: SD51 board trustee Dave Reid

SD51 Kindergarten and Grade 3 students to engage in early reading program

Kindergarten to Grade 3 students in Grand Forks will be part of a new Ministry of Education initiative program to support early readers.

A stagecoach was recently updated by the Boundary Woodworkers Guild in collaboration with the Boundary Museum Society.

Boundary Museum Society moves artifacts to Fructova heritage grounds

Boundary Museum Society moves artifacts to Fructova heritage grounds from the Hardy Mountain Doukhobor Village site.

A stagecoach was recently updated by the Boundary Woodworkers Guild in collaboration with the Boundary Museum Society.
Grand Forks and District Fall Fair Society President Les Braden taking part in the mini chuckwagon races at this year's fair. Braden and the society have proposed three sites that could serve as a permanent home for the fair.

Grand Forks and District Fall Fair Society proposes three sites for permanent fair home

The Grand Forks and District Fall Fair Society is seeking a permanent home for the fall fair.

Grand Forks and District Fall Fair Society President Les Braden taking part in the mini chuckwagon races at this year's fair. Braden and the society have proposed three sites that could serve as a permanent home for the fair.