Grand Forks Gazette Staff

EDITORIAL: Just because they’re not in ink doesn’t mean that good actions don’t exist

Even if there’s no mention of what groups are doing, it’s not a reflection of their lack of effort

IN PHOTOS: Santa, sleighs, grinch parade through Grand Forks

The parade led to Gyro Park, where the city’s light display was revealed

Grand Forks march organized to mark day of remembrance and action on violence against women

Boundary Women’s Coalition invites the public to gather at the women’s resource centre on Dec. 6

UPDATE: Air quality advisory lifted for Grand Forks

The advisory was issued Monday by Interior Health

Air quality advisory lifted for Grand Forks

The advisory was issued Monday by Interior Health

Grand Forks appoints new permanent fire chief

Acting Grand Forks fire chief George Seigler was appointed to the permanent position on Nov. 25

Guitar, banjos stolen in Grand Forks break-and-enter

RCMP began investigating on Nov. 26

Car pulled from Kettle River on Saturday

The vehicle sat in the water for one week

Demonstrators urge quick action on winter shelter

‘It’s so cold out there at night, people are freezing in a motorhome’

Interior Health building near hospital eyed for shelter

Stakeholders are looking at the feasibility of using the former nurses’ residence

Boundary Métis Community Association celebrates Louis Riel in Grand Forks

The association’s next big event will be a Family Day fishing derby at Wilgress Lake in February

Curlers throw in Grand Forks bonspiel

Nearly 100 curlers took over the curling club last weekend for the tournament

Weekend losses for Border Bruins stretch losing streak to six games

The Bruins have been outscored 38-14 over their last six games

Fire department recommends measures to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

The first week of November is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week

Grand Forks Halloween party continues this week

Fireworks, a bonfire, haunted mazes and escapes rooms await

Check your mail for your Voter Information Card

Your Voter Information Card identifies where you can vote in advance and on election day

Alternating traffic on Hwy 3 near Paulson Bridge after morning rock fall

The road is expected to be fully cleared by 3 p.m. Wednesday

Politics and mountaineering collide at the Gem with “Return to Mount Kennedy”

50 years after Robert Kennedy and Jim Whittaker summited Mount Kennedy, their sons repeat the feat

A love letter to Grand Forks: Returning 15 years later

Marlit Kretzschmar visited Grand Forks from Germany in 2001. She came back to visit this year