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The regional hospital district should seek more input before deciding on whether to raise taxes for a hopsital reserve fund.
Grand Forks might be a smaller city with a lower population than say Vancouver but don't assume there aren't car thieves.
The deer feeding situation in Ucluelet is another example of why deer shouldn't be fed.
Given its mission statement and vision, the Fraser Institute is the wrong entity to be doing school rankings based on FSA results.
There was no regional breakdown of opinions of the RCMP in a recent poll but based on evidence, Grand Forks' detachment is doing fine.
It's easy to give during the Christmas season but what about after the decorations are down?
“Young minds are impressionable” is a phrase used often and it is true.
While bullying hasn’t been as prevalent in news headlines as it was about a month ago, that doesn’t mean the issue has disappeared.
Wine, beer or spirits are a great complement to a get-together, so is the general rule of thumb when consuming alcohol, moderation is best.
It was not initially known if a bug at Boundary Hospital was norovirus but a warning to wash hands would've been good.
This is certainly not the first time you are going to read a shop local editorial in this newspaper and it won’t be the last.
The new downtown business association must work together to get Grand Forks to thrive.
Judging by comments from residents, an earlier announcement by the City of Grand Forks to increase garbage rates is not popular.
While federal politicians will be at Remembrance Day ceremonies and may speak, the words might seem a bit empty.
It wasn't that long ago that Grand Forks felt an earthquake and with what transpired on the coast, it doesn't hurt to be prepared.
While the world is seeming using to technology to communicate, not everyone uses email, text messaging and online payment services.
With October being Small Business Month and the business awards next week, small business is front and centre.
Facebook and Twitter have allowed for a bastardized version of grammar but succinct writing will always be important.
No one is advocating nudity but there are those who need to shed the Puritan mindset that breastfeeding in public is an egregious sin.
Help support local sport in Grand Forks on Wednesday, Sept. 26 by wearing a jersey.