Local News

Cold weather centre to open in Grand Forks

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

Tips for avoiding Canada Revenue Agency scams

Grand Forks RCMP are asking residents to be vigilant.

Avalanche Canada issues special public warning

Very weak layer buried under recent snow a cause for concern

Staying safe with heat this winter

Tips from Grand Forks Fire/Rescue on how to minimize your risk.

  • Dec 13, 2018
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Craft growers will add to recreational market: Cannabis producer
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Report makes 13 safety recommendations for Broncos crash site

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

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

Grand Forks Senior Wolves hit court for first tournament

Both teams finished with a two and one record.

  • Dec 12, 2018

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.

Over $25,000 raised for Columbia Basin literacy

Success for 2018 Books for Kids campaign

  • Dec 11, 2018

West Kootenay highways a mess as heavy snowfall continues

‘Roads are very icy, people have to be patient and have to slow down’

Christina Lake 3D mural gets an update

The Welcome Centre mural will be officially unveiled next week.

FLNRORD proposes changes to B.C.’s fishing regulations

The public is invited to comment on the changes until Jan. 11, 2019.

Off-road vehicles caught in sensitive B.C. wildlife habitats to net $575 fine

Areas include all BC Parks and southern mountain caribou habitats

B.C. government announces $2.9 million in business recovery for Grand Forks

The fund will allocate up to $18,500 per business affected by May’s flooding.

Gallery 2 raises funds with annual wine tasting

The “Merry and Bright” themed evening showcased B.C. wines.

Boundary Country chamber of commerce shuffles leadership

The change is part of an effort to refocus the organization.

West Kootenay ski hills could see impact of El Nino this winter

The weather phenomenon brings slightly milder temperatures to the area