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The City of Grand Forks is preparing for a by-election on Saturday, May 28.
The Ombudsperson's office ultimately concluded that the city took proper steps to improve communications.
After learning that the Limestone Tipple near Christina Lake is going to be torn down, user groups are making plans to build a replica.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins dropped games 1 and 2 of the division final on the weekend.
A group of Boundary residents is hoping to pull the community together to bring two Syrian refugee families to the area.
The Bruins crushed the Castlegar Rebels 6-1 on Tuesday night at home to win their best of 7 series.
The Grand Forks Secondary junior Wolves captured the championship with a big win over Nelson.
Grand Forks Border Bruins win 3-2 Friday at home. Galliart and Olauson honoured as well.
According to the B.C. River Forecast Centre, the Boundary’s snow basin is at 114 per cent of normal as of Feb. 1.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins are making their first playoff appearance in 19 years.
The Border Bruins picked up their first play-off win in what is thought to be decades on Wednesday.
The project would see a single, two-storey building with studio, one bedroom and two bedroom units on parkland property by Christina Creek.
Grand Forks’ No Boundaries Film Club will be screening the Traveling World Community Film Festival at the GFSS auditorium.
On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Feb. 17 Grand Forks Gazette.
Three local curlers will heading to the Curl BC Masters Provincial Championships in Abbotsford.
Briefs from the School District 51 regular meeting Feb. 9.
A rep from the Grand Forks Figure Skating Club did confirm the coach had left and the board made the decision to disband the club.
Mayor Frank Konrad confirmed that the nomination has been accepted.
A rock slide 3 km east of Christina Lake on Feb. 16 sent debris falling to Highway 3 halting traffic in both direction.
The organizers are awaiting approval from the city before moving forward.