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Kettle River Museum shoots for concert sell-out

Kelowna country music star Ben Klick will play at the Midway museum on Aug. 31

Bikers ride for PTSD awareness

The Rolling Barrage fundraiser collected Boundary motorcycle riders on Tuesday as it passed through

Cannabis company files court petition against City of Grand Forks

The petition argues that the City’s decision to not grant a variance was ‘unreasonable’ and ‘invalid’

Motorcycle rider airlifted to Kelowna after Grand Forks crash

The rider’s family confirmed that he is recovering from broken wrists and a concussion

‘Harmonica Herb’ tunes up for musical marathon

Greenwood musician will be marching and playing between Carmi and Beaverdell on Aug. 30, 31

Forest fires spotted near Greenwood and Christina Lake

Aircraft and ground crews attacked both fires on Thursday

Residents petition for pre-flood value buyout, say Grand Forks case could set B.C. precedent

A petition will be presented to the B.C. Minister of Public Safety next week

Sisters trot across Canada for guide dogs

The Keca sisters passed through the Boundary earlier this week

Cannabis category added to Grand Forks Fall Fair

Mayor to be among judges evaluating look, smell and ‘burnability’

CannaFest 2019: 50 years of rock ‘n’ roll

The fifth annual music festival had bands for young and old

CannaFest easy on Grand Forks RCMP, sergeant says

One arrest for public drunkenness, two unrelated break-and-enters elsewhere in city

Housing incentives, shelter questions presented to council

An advisory group will recommend that council extend shelter’s operation to Apr. 30, 2020

Devoted attitude key to job success in B.C.

Check out the Kootenay edition of the Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair on August 22

Cannabis company set to plant in Rock Creek

With an outdoor expansion, SpeakEasy could become one of the largest growers in Canada

Fire crews attack North Fork house fire

The house fire erupted approximately 21 kilometres north of Grand Forks

Postponed Indigenous culture camp set to run this month

Organizers said that the 2018 camp was put on hold last summer due to smoke and flood recovery

Helping neighbours across the continent

Mennonite Disaster Service volunteers complete Grand Forks rebuilds, begin new ones

Boundary historian still hunting for lost stories

Rose Gobeil has been collecting stories of the Boundary since she moved to the area in the 1970s

Warming centre lease expires end of August, Whispers of Hope confirms

A July 31 deadline was initially given to the operators but was changed to allow for month’s notice

2019 CannaFest spans generations and styles to rock Grand Forks

The festival kicks off Thurs., Aug. 8, in Grand Forks