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GFSS student one of only five to win Gunter Award

Connor Hawes is one of five students nation-wide recognized for their outstanding submission to this year’s competition.

Black bears are predators

Researchers discovered 88 per cent of fatal attacks involved a bear exhibiting predatory behaviour, writes Brian Norwood.

Presenting the GFSS Class of 1976

Members of the Grand Forks Secondary School Grad Class of 1976 held their 40th class reunion earlier this month.

Search and rescue teams sign agreement

Grand Forks Search and Rescue has entered into a unilateral agreement with Search and Rescue from Rossland and Castlegar.

Townsite of Carson, gateway to the Boundary

The Good Old Days by Kristina Kapitza of the Boundary Community Archives.

Frisbees take flight in Grand Forks City Park

The Ultimate Frisbee tournament, organized by the Grand Forks Ultimate Disc Club, brought a variety of competitors to town.

Tony MacAlpine’s corn is legendary!

People come from all over to stop at Tony's stand on Highway 3.

Letter: Thrift Shop able to donate $131,979

With the funds generated from the sale of the items in the shop, the auxiliary is able to provide needed equipment to Boundary Hospital.

Four per cent attempted suicide, survey shows

The same survey revealed that 12 per cent of Boundary youth seriously considered suicide in the last year.

1955: Mary Rezansoff crowned queen of the fair

The Good Old Days column by Kristina Kapitza, Boundary Community Archives.

City of Paris Mine enjoyable to explore

Exploring Abandoned Mines in B.C. column by Frank Schlichting.

A fortune almost imagined into existence (Volcanic Brown)

The Good Old Days column by Kristina Kapitza, of the Boundary Community Archives.

Wanted: Bobcat and Lynx photos

A bobcat/lynx study is currently under way at the University of BC Okanagan and the public's help is needed.

Grand Forks International under way

North Sound Emeralds over San Francisco Seals; Express over Hurricanes; and Sidearm Nation take Sun Devils.

Educate yourself this Pride Month

It marks the time that the Stonewall Riots took place 47 years ago and when the gay pride movement first began, writes Elena Plotnikoff.

Letter: Story about fawn depicts kindness

We hear of so many cruel senseless things so this is such a refreshing change, writes Liz Martin.

North Fork has a rich (and fun) history of education

The Good Old Days column by Kristina Kapitza of the Boundary Community Archives.

Wellington Camp once a busy place

Exploring Abandoned Mines in B.C. column by Frank Schlichting.

On his field, dreams came true

History of Grand Forks' James Donaldson Park, by Shayne Konar.

Graduation isn’t like it used to be

Growing Up in Grand Forks column written by Milton Orris.