Karl Yu

Verizon entering Canadian wireless phone market an American invasion that may be worth it

If Verizon enters the mobile phone market in Canada, it may force Telus, Bell and Rogers to have reasonable pricing.

New ladder truck for Grand Forks Fire Rescue could lower insurance rates

Grand Forks Fire Rescue is looking for a new fire truck, which will tackle modern firefighting and hopefully lower insurance for residents.

UPDATE 3: Accident near USCC hall on Highway 3 in Grand Forks

There was an accident by the USCC hall in Grand Forks yesterday afternoon.

Concerns raised over LaFond ranch in Grand Forks

A ranch in Grand Forks is in the spotlight again over conditions and allegations of animal cruelty, particularly treatment of horses.

UPDATE 3: Grand Forks’ Tasha Brown missing in Honduras, found safe

Tasha Brown of Grand Forks, who went missing off the coast of Honduras, has been found alive.

PHOTO GALLERY: Canada Day 2013 in Grand Forks, B.C.

Grand Forks celebrated Canada Day 2013 in style with a parade and a number of events.

Grand Forks Gazette WEEKENDER for June 29

The controversial MAAP project, the Grand Forks Piranhas and cheating are featured in the Canada Day edition of the Weekender.

MAAP project continues to be polarizing topic for Riverside Drive residents in Grand Forks

The MAAP project scheduled for Riverside Drive in Grand Forks continues to be polarizing topic.

Alberta flood assistance showing that we aren’t a ‘me’ society

While many say that society has become too selfish and too self-centered, there always reminders that the statement is not true.

BUSINESS BEAT: B&F Sales and Service in Grand Forks turns 50

For 50 years, B&F Sales and Service has provided such items as lawn mowers and motorcycles and offered repair and maintenance too.

Nomination from Grand Forks’ Buy-Low Foods nets Phoenix Foundation of Boundary Communities $10K from Newman’s Own Foundation

A nomination from Grand Forks' Buy-Low Foods has netted the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities a grant from Newman's Own.

Trail teen Jackson Konkin excels at 2013 Pharmasave Christina Lake Sprint Triathlon

The 2013 Pharmasave Christina Lake Sprint Triathlon took place on Sunday and fittingly a 13-year-old took top spot.

Grand Forks Secondary School listed as fast-improving by Fraser Institute, SD51 says it’s still against school rankings

While the Fraser Institute has GFSS listed as one of the fastest improving secondary schools, officials are still against rankings.

Grand Forks Gazette WEEKENDER for June 22

Welcome to the first Grand Forks Gazette Weekender of the summer of 2013.

Grand Forks RCMP receive report of stolen tobacco tin on June 13

A tin of tobacco was reportedly taken from a carport on 68th Avenue sometime between the night of June 12 and early June 13.

Fifty-two-year-old man to be charged in copper wire theft from Telus compound in Grand Forks

After responding to reports of a break-and-enter at the Telus compound in Grand Forks, RCMP caught a man trying to steal copper wire.

Despite our differences, I still love the old man

Father’s Day just passed and I, like many across the globe, called my dad up to wish him well on the day.

Scrap metal theft on 68th Avenue in Grand Forks on June 10 says local RCMP

About $200 to $300 worth of scrap metal was reported stolen from a property on 68th Avenue in Grand Forks.

2013 Pharmasave Christina Lake Sprint Triathlon set for this Sunday

The Pharmasave Christina Lake Sprint Triathlon is set for this Sunday (June 23) at the Christina Lake public beach.

Ervin Anthony recognized for work at Grand Forks Aquatic Centre

Volunteering at the Grand Forks Aquatic Centre since January, Ervin Anthony received recognition for his work.