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Canuck Bo Horvat, #53, has autographed a Canucks Jersey for Grand Forks Pharmasave and a silent auction is on now in-store.
This is the 34th year but the future is looking shaky without more help with the planning of it.
This joyous season it would be so nice if through a random act of kindness, the residents of Grand Forks could pay it forward.
Animal habitats are being systematically destroyed by resource development and logging, writes Margaret Steele.
Canada is ready to be swallowed up; let's flush the TPP, writes Peter Brown.
Stephen Fearing appears Thursday, Nov. 19 at the GEM Theatre in Grand Forks.
Boundary conservation officer Dave Webster was one of 11 recognized at a ceremony in Victoria.
Phoenix Mountain Alpine Ski Society (PMASS) is proud to present a ski film benefit to start off the winter season.
RAK (Random Acts of Kindness) is a Grade 5, 6 and 7 group from Grand Forks' Hutton Elementary School .
Has anyone accounted for all these costs? How much will it cost to administer? What the actual final cost be? asks Jack Koochin.
If you run into one of them you can damage your vehicle, writes R.W. Jones.
Harmony Masonic Lodge No 37 A.F. & A.M. of Grand Forks joined with King Edward Lodge No. 28 of Greenwood to install officers for 2015-2016.
About 50 people gathered at the Bluejoint Rec Site north of Grand Forks for the grand opening of the “Trails of the North Fork” project.
All these women have a desire to support women to learn about breastfeeding and overcome any challenges that may be encountered.
Let us celebrate your joining the challenge and for sharing our determination to engage more of us in the democratic process
It is time for him to take his backwards beliefs elsewhere, writes Terry Keough.
The main issue should be the environment because if we destroy the environment, the economy won’t matter very much, writes Gordon Planedin.
Diana Tubrett (Koftinoff) grew up in Grand Forks and started skating at the age of two.
The team raised a record breaking $365,000 to assist local children.
Surely not sustainable for the forest as ecosystem, or the animals and flora therein, writes Angelica Herllihy.