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UPDATED - House fire at Ruckle causes major damage

UPDATED - House fire at Ruckle causes major damage

Fire crews responded quickly to a house fire out at the Ruckle area in South Grand Forks early Tuesday morning.

Municipal tax rates on the rise

Council decided on the second option, which will increase revenue by 4.96 per cent over the previous year

Join Youth Parliament weekend

The Southern Interior Youth Parliament (SIYP) is looking for interested youth to attend a great weekend of debate, fun, and parliament.
Coquitlam land sold below value, NDP says

Coquitlam land sold below value, NDP says

Minister Amrik Virk says appraisal was "overly aggressive" and sale of 370 acres on Burke Mountain was near assessed value
B.C. veterans begin cross-Canada ride

B.C. veterans begin cross-Canada ride

Ride to include 700 veterans, going through Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Princeton, Kelowna, Vernon and Armstrong

Authors stop in Grand Forks on Kootenay tour

Author and broadcaster Mark Forsythe and journalist Greg Dickson will be on tour giving presentations about their recent book.
Learning Garden kicks off with ceremony and work party

Learning Garden kicks off with ceremony and work party

The Learning Garden project at the Grand Forks Rec Centre was officially kicked off on Friday
Coast Guard calls spill response 'amazing success'

Coast Guard calls spill response 'amazing success'

Industry Minister James Moore fires back at Premier Christy Clark, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau
Tour of Nature Trust are brings attention to fencing issues

Tour of Nature Trust are brings attention to fencing issues

Barry Brandow gave a tour of the Nature Trust property up past Morrissey Creek staging area to a number of residents
City hosts open house to talk about asset management

City hosts open house to talk about asset management

The City of Grand Forks held an open house on Wednesday evening at gallery 2 to talk about asset management.