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by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

As with most small mountain towns in BC, Rossland sits squarely in and is surrounded by prime real estate when it comes to our big black friends in the forest. While certainly not desired, it’s not entirely uncommon to see the occasional black bear strolling through town. Rossland has been perhaps lucky over the past number of years to have not had any major bear/human interactions to have...

by Andrew Zwicker on Thursday Jan 28 2010

As with most small mountain towns in BC, Rossland sits squarely in and is surrounded by prime real estate when it comes to our big black friends in the forest. While certainly not desired, it’s not entirely uncommon to see the occasional black bear strolling through town. Rossland has been perhaps lucky over the past number of years to have not had any major bear/human interactions to have...

by Boundary Sentinel on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

Grand Forks greeted the Olympic Torch on Sunday, Jan. 24 in style. About 1,000 people gathered to see the torch as it came through town and to enjoy the entertainment, borscht and hot chocolate. Jock MacKay proudly brought the torch to the stage as his path was lined with people taking pictures of the procession. 

Celebrations kicked off at 2:00 p.m. in City Park with Mayor Brian Taylor...

by Boundary Sentinel on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

Grand Forks greeted the Olympic Torch on Sunday, Jan. 24 in style. About 1,000 people gathered to see the torch as it came through town and to enjoy the entertainment, borscht and hot chocolate. Jock MacKay proudly brought the torch to the stage as his path was lined with people taking pictures of the procession. 

Celebrations kicked off at 2:00 p.m. in City Park with Mayor Brian Taylor...

by Boundary Sentinel on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

Grand Forks greeted the Olympic Torch on Sunday, Jan. 24 in style. About 1,000 people gathered to see the torch as it came through town and to enjoy the entertainment, borscht and hot chocolate. Jock MacKay proudly brought the torch to the stage as his path was lined with people taking pictures of the procession. 

Celebrations kicked off at 2:00 p.m. in City Park with Mayor Brian Taylor...

by Boundary Sentinel on Tuesday Jan 26 2010

Grand Forks greeted the Olympic Torch on Sunday, Jan. 24 in style. About 1,000 people gathered to see the torch as it came through town and to enjoy the entertainment, borscht and hot chocolate. Jock MacKay proudly brought the torch to the stage as his path was lined with people taking pictures of the procession. 

Celebrations kicked off at 2:00 p.m. in City Park with Mayor Brian Taylor...

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday Jan 25 2010

The first annual snow sculpting competition held in Grand Forks on Saturday, Jan. 23 left some interesting shapes in city park for the Olympic Torch Relay celebrations. Four teams entered the inaugural event sponsored by Les Johnson of What's Up In Grand Forks. One team had to give up due to the snow conditions, but the other entrants were successful in their designs.

"The competition...

by Boundary Sentinel on Monday Jan 25 2010

The first annual snow sculpting competition held in Grand Forks on Saturday, Jan. 23 left some interesting shapes in city park for the Olympic Torch Relay celebrations. Four teams entered the inaugural event sponsored by Les Johnson of What's Up In Grand Forks. One team had to give up due to the snow conditions, but the other entrants were successful in their designs.

"The competition...

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