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A suggestion was made to the City of Grand Forks to seal cracks on roads in decent condition – that would be a bandage solution only.
Some students might find it harder to get back into the swing of things with the start of school. Might shorter summer holidays help?
The 2012 Grand Forks International baseball tournament is here and there isn't even a banner on Central Ave. saying it's tourney time.
The B.C. provincial election is scheduled for 2013 but that might not be the best time to introduce online voting.
It was shocking to hear that there were 34 abandoned campfires over the B.C. Day long weekend.
The City of Grand Forks is telling residents to follow a watering bylaw but it might help if it tightens the rules a bit.
After the July 20 wind storm-related death at Pines Bible Camp, three people were in a tubing accident at Cascade Falls.
While FortisBC has been criticized in the past, it stepped up when it came to restoring power after the recent wind storm in Grand Forks.
People should apply the principles of "road sense" to the water as well and not just in the winter.
Though a deal has been struck between the province and B.C. Teachers' Federation, teacher's remain unhappy.
A pick up of unused pesticides in the fall is good but there should be more.
With the Kettle River constantly on the endangered rivers' list, it's good that there is a watershed plan is in the works.
Food scrape recycling program will be a benefit for Grand Forks.
Grand Forks residents had a chance to voice concerns about health care to IHA execs at a recent meeting but there needs to be more of this.
City council has tentatively approved a plan to trim and prune trees, along with removing dead pine needles.
OK Grand Forks, you don't like the state of health care and you have a lot of grievances but be civil at the meeting with IHA execs.
Rankings and lists, like the Fraser Institute's report cards for schools, are usually objective, yet people treat them as gospel.
While YouTube and a Google search will likely produce stories about youth going wild, let's not typecast all of them.
With the tax exemption limits for cross-border shoppers set to rise in June, the shop local drum must be banged again.
While the B.C. Liberals haven’t ever said they want to break the B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF), their actions seem to suggest they do.