Craig Lindsay

More info needed for senior’s housing project at the Lake

A public hearing was held month regarding the application by the Christina Lake Seniors Housing Society to rezone a parcel of Crown land.

Enjoying the ice fishing derby on Saturday at Wilgress lake are (from left) Rachel

Plenty of prizes given out at Wilgress Ice Fishing Derby

Results for the 5th Annual Wilgress Lake Ice Fishing Derby and Snow Carving competition.

Enjoying the ice fishing derby on Saturday at Wilgress lake are (from left) Rachel
City Councillors (from left) Christine Thompson and Julia Butler

Judge reserves decision for now

The lawyers for Councillor Julia Butler and the lawyers for the City of Grand Forks have pleaded their cases to the Supreme Court of B.C.

City Councillors (from left) Christine Thompson and Julia Butler

Let the eat Cake by the Ocean

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Feb. 3 Grand Forks Gazette.

Tim Dueck (standing)

RDKB addresses recycling at meeting

The group met on Thursday regarding the downtown Grand Fork recycle bins, which have since been removed.

Tim Dueck (standing)

Teachers rejoice over news that court will hear Federation’s case

The Supreme Court of Canada will hear the BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) case regarding issues such as class size and composition.

Downtown recycling bins close Monday

Residents are now asked to use the recycling bins at the Grand Forks Landfill.

Kathleen and Kevin Coughlan

Couple loses home in fire

Fortunately for Kevin and Kathleen Coughlan, they were both able to get out of the house safely.

Kathleen and Kevin Coughlan
CloAnne Morasse

Exhibit A a market place

A new business offering local vendors an opportunity to sell their wares in one location opened recently here in Grand Forks.

CloAnne Morasse
(From left) Gerry Foster

Senior curlers thrown down at GF rink

The Grand Forks Curling Rink played host on the weekend to the senior curling provincial play-downs.

(From left) Gerry Foster
Tieren Dolan (bottom) drive to the net against L.V. Rogers during Monday’s game in Nelson. The Wolves won the game handily and kept their winning streak alive.

Dolan leads junior boys over Stanley Humphries and L.V. Rogers

The GFSS junior Wolves of Grand Forks Secondary are still undefeated following two more victories in the last week.

Tieren Dolan (bottom) drive to the net against L.V. Rogers during Monday’s game in Nelson. The Wolves won the game handily and kept their winning streak alive.
How Grand Forks City Council voted at its regular meeting on Jan. 11.

Council says no to tax

Grand Forks City Council met on Jan. 11 for the regular council meeting and discussed several issues including a possible hotel tax.

How Grand Forks City Council voted at its regular meeting on Jan. 11.
The Reverend Simon Shenstone retired recently after 28 years with the Boundary Parish

Reverend Shenstone retires

Reverend Simon Shenstone recently retired after 28 years at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Grand Forks.

The Reverend Simon Shenstone retired recently after 28 years with the Boundary Parish
Gazette publisher Chuck Bennett (left) congratulates Chris Stanley-Jones

Winner of the Gazette’s $2,016 in 2016 shopping spree contest named

Chris Stanley-Jones was the last name picked in the reverse draw for a shopping spree

Gazette publisher Chuck Bennett (left) congratulates Chris Stanley-Jones
Victoria Henne of the GFSS junior girls basketball team pressures the BCSS ballhandler at Monday's game in Grand Forks. GFSS won the game 34-8.

GFSS junior girls beat Boundary Central and Castlegar to cap busy week

The Grand Forks Secondary junior girls have put together two strong wins in a row.

Victoria Henne of the GFSS junior girls basketball team pressures the BCSS ballhandler at Monday's game in Grand Forks. GFSS won the game 34-8.

Butler hearing set for Feb. 1

Grand Forks city councillor Julia Butler will have her day in court on Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. at the Vancouver Law Courts.

Bruins game begins with honours

Grand Forks Border Bruins honoured the 1973-74 Bruins management and players who were divisional champions that year.

Kelsa Leslie of the GFSS grade 8 girls basketball team drives to the hoop against Melina Lemieux of J.L. Crowe of Trail during their game Jan. 7 in Grand Forks. Leslie would end up with 15 points to lead the Wolves to the 42-14 victory. Abbe Teasdale led Crowe with 10 points.

Wolves win at home against Trail in hoop action

Both the grade 8 and junior girls GFSS basketball teams won on Wednesday.

Kelsa Leslie of the GFSS grade 8 girls basketball team drives to the hoop against Melina Lemieux of J.L. Crowe of Trail during their game Jan. 7 in Grand Forks. Leslie would end up with 15 points to lead the Wolves to the 42-14 victory. Abbe Teasdale led Crowe with 10 points.

Hockey is a violent game by nature

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Jan. 6 Grand Forks Gazette

Selena Demenoff

Future doctor Demenoff aims to return home

Grand Forks native Selena Demenoff has received the British Columbia Rural Interest Award.

Selena Demenoff