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Brian Taylor is a candidate in the City of Grand Forks 2016 byelection.
Bev Tripp is a candidate in the City of Grand Forks 2016 byelection.
Kyle Piper is a candidate in the City of Grand Forks 2016 byelection.
Zak Eburne-Stoodley is a candidate in the City of Grand Forks 2016 byelection.
The class is donating a bat house to the City of Grand Forks to install in City Park.
Nathan Vogel, a young man Gran forks is proud to call its own.
It is past time for the council and the mayor to realize that the money they are using so freely is not theirs, writes Lynne Petersen.
Through the bylaws they voted on and enforced, they helped create a fractured community, writes Jack Koochin.
Interfor—please listen to the better angles of your corporate board nature and respect important wildlife areas, writes Barry Brandow.
The Windermere Valley Men’s Club is challenging men’s and women’s golf clubs across B.C. and Alberta, writes Dean Midyette.
The team has reached a multi-year agreement with head coach and general manager Emery Olauson.
Kettle River Q&A column by Jennifer Mace, May 4 Grand Forks Gazette.
I am just curious at this point and would love to see and hear other people’s views on this subject., writes Nipper Kettle.
Mr. Schlichting has no valid reason to be there and has been advised not to trespass on lands within the boundary, writes Ellen Clements.
Masons of Boundary District No 7 recently hosted the official visit in Grand Forks of Most Worshipful Brother Douglas C. Collins.
Telus is investing $8 million to connect Grand Forks homes and businesses directly to advanced fibre optic network.
It's a map that shows land that has been titled in the past. The map shows parcels and lots that are surface titled, Frank Schlichting.
At least the piles were cleaned up before the roadside grass cutter flung the nails randomly and dangerously, writes Ed Matthews.
All of the Grand Forks Border Bruins board members deserve high praise, writes Peter Ritchie.
Eye On Education column by School District 51 Secretary-Treasurer Jeanette Hanlon.