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Students interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession can now start their education at Selkirk College.
Grand Forks and District recreation report for the week of April 12.
Reader Stan Halluk recommends the city undertake a review
Reader Sonja Gartner said the increase to the tax rate is unacceptable.
Reader Ray Hanson argues that Habitat for Humanity needs community help to start a new chapter.
Reader Dave Milton writes that city residents deserve an explanation of what Chris Hammett meant in her councillor's report.
Mp Richard Cannings muses on the federal budget in his column, From the Hill
People don't want the side effects of heavy pain medication drugs, a reader writes. Cannabis makes sense.
gallery 2 is back in action after a busy and productive Christmas season.
We are currently looking for someone to save this great event, writes Jean Lloyd.
The takeaway here is you never know what you’ll encounter on the highway, write the Millars.
Harmony Masonic Lodge No 37 A.F. & A.M. of Grand Forks joined with King Edward Lodge No. 28 of Greenwood on Oct. 6 to install their officers
The Grand Forks Credit Union is proud to become the first company in the Boundary region to be so certified, says CEO Kelly Thomas.
Don’t hold your breath to hear about the results of the tribunal in the news. It will likely be put on the back pages, writes Peter Brown.
If you can carry a full can, cup, cigarette package or food container, you can carry the empty to a garbage disposal, writes Brenda Auge.
If we don’t address the build-up of litter and toxins in our environment, then why worry about climate change? writes Roy Schiesser.
Why did BC Housing not canvass the neighbourhood prior to any announcement? asks S. Kopan.
Today the transition house in Grand Forks operates in a Community Use zone, not in an R-3 Multifamily Residential zone, writes B. Dowling.
The residents at the senior’s home had released balloons with attached notes, inviting those who found the balloons to write back.
The City of Grand Forks ad in the Sept. 28 Grand Forks Gazette didn't give consultant's full opinion, writes D. Panter.