by Laurie Grant on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 - 6:17pm

Canadian, Latin-flamenco-guitarist Servantes, (Patrice Servant), headed a four-piece ensemble that wowed the sold out, standing room only, intimate audience of 63 at gallery 2 Sunday...

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday, October 20, 2014 - 4:32pm

Community Futures Boundary, the Boundary Regional Chamber of Commerce and City of Grand Forks held the annual Small Business Awards Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Grand Forks Curling Rink. 


by Gerry Foster on Monday, October 20, 2014 - 4:18pm
Grand Forks Border Bruins had a difficult weekend on the road, losing two games to Division rivals Castlegar and Spokane by the same 9-3 score.
In Castlegar on...

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Boundary candidate profiles

Boundary candidate profiles

Here is a compiled list of candidates who have filled out our questionnaire or submited profiles. The list contains their name and the first paragraph of their profile. It will be updated as new information is received and remain on the home page until after election day. 

* This may not be a full list of the candidates. To read about who's running, follow this link

COMMENT: Consider careful the referendum question on the deer cull

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Please consider the following facts when you are voting on the whitetail deer cull referendum in the upcoming Grand Forks City civic election.

The recent deer count in the city is another reminder of the disconnect between the deer population in the city and adjacent Area D and the deer population on their historic range.

Regional News

Mad Piper Entertainment — connecting business to entertainers

James Picton is well known in and around Nelson as being a gifted guitar player. Picton is optimistic Mad Piper Entertainment can take him to the next level. — The Nelson Daily photo

When Johnny McCuaig got into the music business, say about 22 years ago with The Johnny McCuaig Band, he figured he was either on top of the world, or would be booking his penthouse suite very soon.

However, years into the game the Nelson native realized there is a lot that goes into a career in music, and if there was someone there to provide a bit of guidance, his career may have taken a different route.

OP/ED: Guns can kill us, but losing our national identity is a choice. No gun can do that.

OP/ED: Guns can kill us, but losing our national identity is a choice. No gun can do that.

A guy with a gun.

That seems to be how it always starts.

World War 1, JFK, Martin Luther King Jr., Lennon. Just a guy with a gun.

Provincial & National

Prime Minister Stephen Harper addresses Canada on War Memorial shooting

Prime Minister Stephen Harper . . . I join all Canadians in praying for those touched by today’s attack.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper today delivered the following remarks:

“My fellow Canadians, for the second time this week there has been a brutal and violent attack on our soil.

“Today, our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Corporal Nathan Cirillo of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada.

“Corporal Cirillo was killed today – murdered in cold blood – as he provided a ceremonial Honour Guard at Canada’s National War Memorial.

Health Minister updates BC's readiness for Ebola

Health Minister updates BC's readiness for Ebola

Health Minister Terry Lake has issued the following update on the health-care system's preparation for the low likelihood of a case of Ebola in B.C.:

"Our Ebola Preparedness task force has been meeting regularly, and has been reviewing B.C.'s protocols to respond to the unlikely occurrence of a case of Ebola arriving in the province. 

"The task force, in consultation with the health authorities, have designated the following sites as regional centres to assess those under investigation for Ebola and to treat confirmed Ebola cases: