Kathleen Saylors

Air advisory, open burn ban issued for Grand Forks

The burn ban will be in effect for two days.

Bucket truck, car collide in Highway 3 accident

The Thursday morning accident near Grand Forks slowed traffic for nearly three hours.

Gas leak near schools prompts evacuations

The leak on Highway 3 through Grand Forks was reported just before 11 a.m.

Presenting a Year in Review: Part Four

The fourth installment in the Gazette’s Year in Review series.

Presenting a Year in Review: Part Three

The third installment in the Gazette’s Year in Review series.

Presenting a Year in Review: Part Two

The second installment in the Gazette’s Year in Review issue.

Grand Forks Secondary band showcases musical memories

The band students put on their “Winter Memories” concert on Dec. 19.

Boundary Family Services, BC Housing scrap motel housing project

BC Housing and BFSS couldn’t reach an agreement on the proposed project slated for Motel 99.

Column: Don’t be a grinch this Christmas

Reporter Kate Saylors reflects on the recent announcement of a warming centre for Grand Forks.

Cold weather centre to open in Grand Forks

The centre will be open around the clock through to the spring.

Grand Forks says ‘hi’ to Santa

The Friends of the Grand Forks and District Public Library hosted photos with Santa.

Hundreds of books collected by CBAL

The “Books Under Every Tree” campaign was a hit.

Tips for avoiding Canada Revenue Agency scams

Grand Forks RCMP are asking residents to be vigilant.

Grand Forks fire crews respond to ‘abandoned’ house fire

No one was in the home at the time of the fire.

Grand Forks celebrates the holidays with Santa Claus parade, light up

The Christmas tradition was a hit on Friday night.

RDKB receives funding for disaster response ‘work space’ in Midway

The work space and storage will be used by disaster response volunteers.

Border Bruins lose to Beaver Valley on home ice

The team will play the Jack this Friday at 7 p.m.

Artisans on display at Christina Lake Craft Fair

The annual craft fair showcased local artists.

Letter: No governing while impaired

Jack Koochin argues that councillors should not be allowed to make decisions under the influence.

Christina Lake 3D mural gets an update

The Welcome Centre mural will be officially unveiled next week.