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The sports field at Boundary Central Senior Secondary was divided into 10 soccer pitches of varying sizes.
There was one in the West Boundary at BCSS and another in Grand Forks for the East Boundary parents and communities the following night.
They had come to talk about trail stewardship and to offer residents the chance to help ensure the rail trail corridor is maintained.
Briefs from the School District 51 meeting held on Jan. 13.
The challenge was one the 2014 fundraising projects of the Order of the Eastern Star, the largest fraternal organization in the world.
The 2014 Business Excellence Awards and Community Service Awards were presented at the Grand Forks Curling Rink.
The City of Grand Forks recognized eight individuals for their exceptional volunteer service.
A year in the making, the 2014 Vital Signs report on the Boundary has been released.
The team has picked up the pace and it's exactly what was needed, said coach Brad Snyder.
The number of deer in Grand Forks is up from previous counts.
Police briefs of the past week include theft, and vehicle search.
Fred and Jane Marshall have been recognized for their commitment to stewardship and innovative marketing practices in woodlot management
A Chilean cult headed for over 30 years by a pedophile set the scene for Avi Silberstein's first novel - Human Solutions.
Work is on track for the first watershed management plan for the Kettle River to be released this September.
The school year ended a week and a half early this year as the province and the teacher's union were unable to agree on a new contract.
Members of the local hunting community held their third meeting in the past six month to raise their concern about deer population numbers.
The Legal Services Society has asked Midway council to help provide access to legal education and information.
Boundary District 4-H Clubs came together for their annual rally day in Rock Creek last week for lots of learning and fun.
Staffing levels will remain the same as last year, the board of School District 51 was told
at their regular monthly meeting on April 15
Greenwood City Administrator Robin Dalziel told council they should expect projects to come in over budget