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A local baseball player says that the field at James Donaldson Park is falling by the wayside.
I still remember my very first column like it was yesterday. Now only three months later I’m writing my last for the Grand Forks Gazette.
On June 3, two kilometres east of Grand Forks on Highway 3, there was a single vehicle rollover accident
Grand Forks Mayor Brian Taylor: Infrastructure talk at 2013 Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) conference was key
Brian Taylor said the recent Federation of Canadian Municipalities conference gave small communities a collective voice.
From July 15 to 19, the Boundary Youth Soccer Association has organized a summer camp for kids but it isn't limited to just soccer.
A two-day blacksmith course will be offered at the Boundary Museum on July 5 and 6.
Marijuana dispensary's and a Nelson doctor spoke of the benefits of medical marijuana.
In an effort to keep up with the cost of service, the City of Grand Forks is increasing its sewer and water rates on a monthly basis.
The Doukhobor Milling Heritage Society and the Boundary Museum Society have joined forces to manage and operate the mill.
According to Grand Forks RCMP, a 30-gigabyte iPod was taken from a 2002 Pontiac Montana van on June 7.
Grand Forks and Christina Lake has had many vegetarian influences over the years with the Doukhobor influence in the area, but not vegan.
Sheds on Second Street and Riverside Drive wore broken into on June 4 and 6 and Grand Forks RCMP say there are no suspects or witnesses.
Grand Forks RCMP received report of a single vehicle accident on Gilpin Road after a Chevy Blazer swerved to avoid an animal.
Saddle Lake could become the first designated regional park of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) Area D.
The BC Conservation Foundation has expanded on its Bear Aware program with the Wildlife Alert and Reporting Program (WARP).
A medicinal marijuana booth at a health fair at Christina Lake leads to the question, Why is the substance still illegal in Canada?
The Canada Cord is a top honour for girl guides between the ages of 12 to 14.
Abbeyfield is a non-profit housing option for seniors. The society started in England in 1956 and its been in Canada for 25 years.
According to Grand Forks RCMP, a canoe overturned, sending two males into the Christina Lake.
Dancers from a Grand Forks-based studio took home a number of medals from competitions in Vernon, Kelowna and Castlegar.