Craig Lindsay

Horse shot and killed with .22

The mare was found in the driveway alive but unable to get up.

ELECTION 2015: All-candidates forums scheduled

Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a couple of all-candidate forums.

Soccer team claims bronze

Olsen said the competition was steep and the team was plagued with injuries and illnesses but they still managed to perform very well.

Bruins drop two games at home

After a season opening win over North Okanagan, it’s been all losses for the struggling Border Bruins.

CannaFest says thanks

The 2016 line-up was announced on Thursday at a Cannafest Thanks You party at James Donaldson Park.

New TV season a sure sign of fall

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Sept. 23 Grand Forks Gazette

SD51 board already at the table

The trustees met last Tuesday at the school board office in Grand Forks and discussed several issues.

Schools face new curriculum

The curriculum's Implementation at the K-9 level begins next year.

ReStore celebrates anniversary

The ReStore marked their first year anniversary this week.

Water regulation bylaw deferred

Grand Forks City Council briefs from the regular meeting Sept. 14.

Cops ride for kids

The ride raises awareness and essential funds for children in medical, physical or traumatic crisis.

Fall soccer returns

There are 16 teams playing. There is also a Kicks4Kids program for children aged 2-4 in both communities.

City workers upset over possible cuts

All 32 Grand Forks municipal workers were on hand for the meeting holding up signs asking for "a workplace built on respect."

Lobster Fest a sell out!!

Lobster Fest was another sell out. Over 200 people feasted on fresh Atlantic lobster and danced the night away.

Work on spray park begins

Grand Forks Credit Union presents $28,000 cheque towards the project.

Crowsnest Keep has found its niche

The restaurant, which is owned by a couple from Greenwood, offers fresh homemade meals, specialty coffees and even a boutique.

You know it’s serious when the pope calls for action

On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Sept. 9 Grand Forks Gazette.

Chamber welcomes Wright

Kathy Wright came from northern Alberta in August and began her new job at the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 1.

It’s a borscht cook-off!

Your Dollar Store With More is hosting the 1st annual Grand Forks Borscht Cook-off on Saturday, Sept. 12.

Italian is Il Lago’s specialty

After researching on the Internet and coming for a visit, Lorenzo Sommaggio and his wife decided on making the move to Christina Lake.