Craig Lindsay

Weather creates havoc on roads and highways

Police Briefs, Grand Forks RCMP Detachment, as in Jan. 6 Grand Forks Gazette.

Kettle River claims life

The BC Coroner’s Service has confirmed the deceased as Thomas Charles Grubisic, aged 54, of Grand Forks.

UPDATE – Body of man who fell through river found

Emergency crews have located the body of a man who feel through the river near Grand Forks.

Bruins Awaken and crush Rebel assault 5-2

Grand Forks Border Bruins beat Castlegar 5-2 in KIJHL action Saturday night at Jack Goddard Memorial Arena.

Hoops tip-off cause for excitement

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Dec. 16 Grand Forks Gazette.

McGregor retains RDKB chair

Grace McGregor, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary representative for Area C/Christina Lake, was once again voted in as board chair.

Three employees will be laid off, City of Grand Forks announces

The City of Grand Forks has announced that they have given layoff notice to three employees in order to save money.

Santa Parade 2015 winds its way through downtown Grand Forks

The theme was “Smokin’ Hot Christmas” in honour of the firefighters who helped everyone us safe from the wildfires this summer.

Robber stabbed during break and enter

Two males are charged with robbery, assault with a weapon, and break and enter of a Grand Forks residence.

Dinner set for Christmas Day

For the 34th year in a row, Grand Forks will have a community Christmas dinner on Dec. 25.

Pedestrian killed on highway

The pedestrian has been identified as Ivan Laverne Partridge of Grand Forks.

Recycling bins will close Feb. 1

The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary and the City of Grand Forks have agreed to close the recycling bins in downtown Grand Forks.

Deer collars best to stay on

Grand Forks City Council briefs from the regular meeting of Nov. 30.

Huge response to library survey

Grand Forks and District Public Library received almost 250 survey responses.

Santa Parade brings Smokin’ Hot Christmas to town

It was a great turnout Friday evening for the Santa Claus Parade in Grand Forks.

Bear cub downtown causes stir

People gathered around to take pictures of the cute but emaciated cub, who was climbing up several of the sidewalk trees

Grand Forks RCMP get new corporal

Cpl. Philip Crack will take over from retiring Cpl. Richard Lanz.

Christmas is one the way

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Dec. 2 Grand Forks Gazette

Goodwill at Christmastime

When Betty and Don Brothers of Grand Forks found out about a family who have been down on their luck, they knew they had to do something.

Grand Forks Curling Club’s origins began in small downtown rink

The first rink in Grand Forks was located across from the Royal Canadian Legion, where the Harrington Apartments now stand.