Jensen Edwards

Youth wow at Gallery 2 art show

The next Is Art student showcase will run in February

UVic scholarship created in memory of Grand Forks student

The Jacob Noseworthy Memorial Scholarship will go to students interested in politics and journalism

Border Bruins look to turn season around in December

The Bruins lost 10 of 12 games in November, along with their captain to a season-ending injury

RDKB gets provincial grant to study Big White community issues

The study is the result of an inquiry from Big White community members about incorporating

Slick roads lead to four West Boundary crashes Sunday

RCMP: ‘Black ice was absolutely a contributing factor to all of these accidents’

Grand Forks wool producer looks to spin up more local business

Gabriele Bialon is hoping to make wool production more feasible for Boundary farmers

Sorting through success with the Grand Forks Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Store

The Grand Forks Hospital Auxiliary has raised more than $2.5 million since 2000

Two accidents block Hwy 3 east of Christina Lake

Fire chief: pregnant female in vehicle that rolled off the road was headed to Trail to have her baby

Forest cover affects flow rates, watershed council told

Researchers: ‘Forest cover can actually shift the way watersheds are behaving’

Pieces of museum mailed to Boundary classroom

The Canadian War Museum sent a box of Second World War memorabilia to West Boundary Elementary

Interior Health offers former nurses’ residence to city for shelter

The health authority indicated that it would only enter into a lease agreement with the city

Council re-opens permit debate for pot shop at 7500 Donaldson Dr.

Coun. Moslin: decision to re-evaluate permit request from Weeds Glass & Gifts based on legal advice

West Boundary food hub looking for new funding

Stakeholders learned in September that the project would not be getting $500,000 in provincial funds

City to host public workshop on definitions of shelters, supportive services

Councillors said they want to discuss definitions with the public

Fewer reporters means fewer ‘people stories’

More reporting means more opportunities to understand neighbours and other communities

Four-way stop coming to Market and 2nd in Grand Forks

Council also asked staff to look at the possibility of a four-way stop at 72nd Ave. and 2nd St.

Midway man finds new freedom with a dutiful companion

Brett Merchant met his new service dog, Carrie, at a training facility in Ontario in September

Alleged drunk driver survives Saturday Kettle River crash

The car, once removed from the river, will be impounded for 30 days

Grand Forks residents rally for a ‘fair deal’ in flood buyouts

Demonstrators also criticized how long it has taken to be offered land deals

Police seize drugs, weapons and cash from Christina Lake residence

One man was arrested when RCMP executed a search warrant on Nov. 14