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The restorative justice that we need to see in this town involves public apologies, writes Beverley Tripp
West Kootenay Community TEETH Clinic Society is seeking partnerships with dentists, dental professionals and community members.
The Anderson rink curled their way into the bronze medal match of the BC Winter Games on Sunday.
Justice Greyell has determined that Ms. Butler will not be removed from her seat as Councillor for the City of Grand Forks.
he Deer Committee has been dissolved and none too soon. It was a total fiasco from the very beginning, writes F. Duralia.
Enforcement should only be used when education has failed or been ignored, writes the Grand Forks ATV Club.
I am not against a seniors’ centre, but there are too many issues around urbanization in this particular area, writes Tara Werner.
Julia Butler speaks for many people, writes Don Lea.
What God-forsaken dollar business have we got, invading watersheds that life depends on? asks Angelica Herliby.
We are working together to make a better community—the more positive we are, the better for all our projects will turn out, writes P. Walker
There was the strong message of thank you for supporting local businesses, writes Lynn Whyte.
We were privileged to attend the documentary film This Changes Everything, writes Peter Brown.
The Juvenile Boys Curling Team of Colin Anderson, Devin Anderson, Elliott Starchuk and Dawson Reid from Grand Forks will represent Zone 1.
The expenses the city will face from lawyers’ fees be deducted from Mr Allin’s and the rest of the councillors’ salaries, writes D. Janzen
As far as I have been able to determine, no one has consulted the citizens of the city and Area D, small business or chamber, letter states.
Everyone hopes that the project will lead all users to have a deep respect for the environment, wildlife, collaboration and cooperation.
Support for any issue that embraces the hallmark of good government is a pipe dream since the demise of the Social Credit government!
You can all be part of this special place, please take the time and come and visit us. You won’t be disappointed! writes Joe Mottishaw.
I find this offensive because it smacks of privilege, writes Jock Mackay.
I was in a car wreck on the Crowsnest near Eholt Summit, writes Greg Veregin, and I'd like to thank all the people who stopped.