Grand Forks City Park is the place people can meet Saturday (June 24th) at 10:30 a.m. to participate in the ‘Step Into the Light’ walk for women’s health.
The past few months have been very trying for a Grand Forks family.
Kyla Hermsen’s two-year-old son Brian spent four weeks in hospital after becoming ill from eating raw cookie dough made from the same Robin Hood flour that was part of a national recall.
“Nothing has changed . . . my son is still recovering,” Hermsen told the Boundary Sentinel recently.
Relay For Life has been a staple event in the Grand Forks area for over a decade and some residents may wonder why there wasn’t one planned for this year. The decision not to hold the event was made after careful consideration and debate.
RCMP media spokesperson Cpl Dan Moskaluk said Friday, the search for missing teacher Alvin Dunic will resume Monday (June 19th).
The 57-year-old Crawford Bay Elementary School teacher was reported missing Monday, May 29 at 2:45 p.m. after leaving the school to look for a suitable location for a class project in the Crawford Creek area.
Here at the Grand Forks and District Public Library we are excited to begin a wild summer with our Summer Reading Club! This year’s theme is “Walk on the Wild Side” which celebrates our natural world around us.
Investigators with the Trail and Greater District RCMP and West Kootenay Traffic Services attended a fatal collision on Hwy 22 near Genelle this past Tuesday.
Boundary Aboriginal Community hosting a National Aboriginal Day Celebration in Grand Forks and Rock Creek, Wednesday, June 21.
The Grand Forks event is scheduled for City Park beginning at 12:30 p.m. with Children’s Crafts and Storytelling.
Between 5:30-6:30 p.m. there are traditional food sampling as well as live entertainment by and Inuit Throat Singer, Fiddler and Dancers.
In a media release, the BC SPCA has launched a formal investigation after receiving a disturbing undercover video of multiple workers, including a supervisor, at Elite Farm Services Ltd. in Chilliwack abusing and torturing broiler chickens.
There's a bit of a changing of the guard on the Kootenay Summer Swim Association.
The Grand Forks Piranhas won its second meet of the season, capturing the home Piranhas Invitational Saturday at the Boundary City Pool.
The Piranhas nosed out Trail Stingrays and Colville for the overall title. Nelson Neptunes finished fourth with Castlegar Aquanauts fifth and Creston sixth.
To The Editor:
Sometime in the next week or so, the BC School Sports Advisory Council has an opportunity to overturn a $200 fine. Why should they? The fine represents more than 20% of the Grand Forks Secondary School Senior Girls ‘A’ Soccer team’s less than $1000 budget.