Craig Lindsay

Grand Forks Citizens on Patrol.

Citizens an extra set of eyes

The Grand Forks Citizens on Patrol (COP) is one of hundreds across the country. The group currently has 20 members but is looking for more.

Grand Forks Citizens on Patrol.
Train cars are righted last week

Train cars derail

Crews from Kettle Falls Railroad were on hand shortly after making repairs.

Train cars are righted last week
Grand Forks is having a parade!

Grand Forks is having a parade!

Friday night, Dec. 4, the Santa Claus Parade hits town starting at 7 p.m.

Grand Forks is having a parade!
Staff members Kathleen Kaye (left) and Colleen Verigin serving cupcakes for Christmas 2014 at the Boundary Lodge. The lodge will have reason to celebrate more than the holiday season this month!

Boundary Lodge gets ready to celebrate

The assisted living facility will host an open house on Tuesday in honour of its 10th anniversary.

Staff members Kathleen Kaye (left) and Colleen Verigin serving cupcakes for Christmas 2014 at the Boundary Lodge. The lodge will have reason to celebrate more than the holiday season this month!
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Fifteen businesses are participating in Grand Forks' Christmas shop local contest.

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Firefighters arrived to find the Crow & Bear fully engulfed in fire.

Christina Lake pub destroyed by fire

Crow & Bear Pub at Christina Lake completely razed.

Firefighters arrived to find the Crow & Bear fully engulfed in fire.

Meter installation may be extended

Grand Forks' water regulations bylaw has been deferred for several months but is expected to be brought forward at the Dec. 14 meeting.

City closer to knowing housing needs

The City of Grand Forks is moving closer to finding out the housing needs for lower-income families and individuals in the community.

Pack the arena and cheer on the Bruins

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Nov. 18 Grand Forks Gazette.

KIJHL: Red hot Bruins win sixth in a row

The Grand Forks Border Bruins made it six wins a row Tuesday with a solid 5-2 victory over Nelson

Diane Carr

Phoenix Foundation reports on helping the community

The Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary communities gave their 2015 annual report to members of the community last night (Oct. 12)

Diane Carr

Library wants input from the public

The Grand Forks and District Public Library wants to hear from you about what you want and need from the library.

Flag bearers stand at attention during the Remembrance Day ceremony.

Lest we Forget – Remembrance Day in Grand Forks

More than 200 people took part in Wednesday's Remembrance Day ceremony in Grand Forks.

Flag bearers stand at attention during the Remembrance Day ceremony.
Steve McGibbon

Extreme Weather Shelter faces volunteer crunch

The Boundary Emergency Transitional Housing Society (BETHS) shelter on Riverside Drive could face troubles down the road.

Steve McGibbon
Neil Krog

Krog narrowly misses out on world championships

For Neil Krog, Grand Forks city councillor and owner of Twisted Forks Catering, it was his first time at the Canadian food Championships.

Neil Krog
(From left) Edna Humphries of the Kidney Foundation of Canada

Kidney Foundation presents Service BC staff with award

Grand Forks Service BC staff members Karin Nuyten and Gina Burroughs were presented with a community leadership award.

(From left) Edna Humphries of the Kidney Foundation of Canada
RDKB CAO (left)  John MacLean addresses an agenda item during the board's regular meeting Oct. 29.

RDKB board receives thanks

Briefs from the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary board of directors meeting in Grand Forks on Oct. 29.

RDKB CAO (left)  John MacLean addresses an agenda item during the board's regular meeting Oct. 29.
Mayor Frank Konrad and Legion President Joe Tatangelo.

Poppy campaign under way

Poppies are available at many local business as well as from Legion members and cadets on the street.

Mayor Frank Konrad and Legion President Joe Tatangelo.

What really is the next best thing to sliced bread?

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Nov. 4 Grand Forks Gazette.

Grand Forks resident Larry Jmaiff enjoys the view from his deck of Ward Lake

Ward Lake as healthy as ever

Ward Lake, at the start of the Grand Forks' North Fork, is at near-record size with plenty of water and plenty of waterfowl.

Grand Forks resident Larry Jmaiff enjoys the view from his deck of Ward Lake