The 17th annual Christina Lake Clean-Up Day event, held May 27, was a great success with more than 35 volunteers walking the roadways during the morning and collected approximately 50 bags of trash around the community.
Most of the garbage was collected along the highway, even though a section of the highway had to be missed due to the work being done on the power lines.
The latest forecast for the Granby River shows river levels lower than this year’s peak.
RDKB reactivated our Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) yesterday in reaction to the forecasted Granby, West Kettle and Kettle River levels.
While other teams in the province had the chance to fight it out for bragging rights on the pitch at respective Girl’s Soccer Provincial Tournaments, the Grand Forks Wolves had their season unceremoniously ended in the boardroom after BC School Sports ruled the team used ineligible players.
The total calls for service for Grand Forks RCMP in the region have increased by nine per cent for the first quarter of 2017 compared to 2016, while mental health-related calls rose in Grand Forks rose by 25 per cent.
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