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The free admission Rotary Bonfire is held at Angus Macdonald Park starting at 6 p.m.
Concerns about possible safety issues have arisen after large cracks were found in the slag pile off of Granby Road in Grand Forks.
It has been a wonderful year for me here in Grand Forks and I am both saddened to leave, yet excited to be heading home.
With the upswing of the economy and buyer confidence, the Grand Forks real estate market has seen improvement.
School District 51's (SD51) policy committee continues to work on creating a sexual identity policy for the school district.
SD51 Superintendent Michael Strukoff is working to complete his report and it shows a six-year completion rate of 94 per cent.
School District 51 (SD51) board trustees and staff discussed the topic of middle schools during the Dec. 11 school board meeting.
New Resort Master Plan for Phoenix Ski Hill approval means good news for the Phoenix Mountain Alpine Ski Society.
A collapsed culvert under Boundary Drive has caused rising water levels in neighbouring homes and concern from City of Grand Forks staff.
The Grand Forks and District Public Library are looking to upgrade its children and youth section.
A 48-year-old driver from Abbotsford, B.C. suffered back and shoulder injuries in an accident on Highway 3.
Road conditions factored into a single vehicle roll-over accident near the Wilgress Lake rest area.
Grand Forks city council has voted to spend $67,000 to replace the city’s computer servers.
Grand Forks is still awaiting approval from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure to pass the Roxul Road Closure Bylaw.
The Christina Living Arts Centre was completed and now plans for an amphitheatre are being examined.
Two more vehicle break-ins on Dec. 4 and 5 has Grand Forks RCMP reminding people to lock cars and trucks.
As the holiday season kicks off into high gear, so does the local RCMP’s CounterAttack program.
A cyclist riding on the sidewalk at the Fifth Street and 72nd Avenue intersection in Grand Forks was injured when he hit a vehicle.
Grand Forks had its annual Santa Claus Parade through downtown Grand Forks on Dec. 7.
Two batteries were reported stolen from a forklift parked outside a business on Second Street in Grand Forks on Nov. 27.