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Jim Nathorst is a candidate in the City of Greenwood 2016 byelection
Over 7,000 plugs (young trees) were handed out to folks that were burned out during the August 2015 firestorm in the Rock Creek area.
Fred Marshall is attempting to bring the Boundary Falls Rec Site project proposal to Greenwood City Council.
Greenwood Library Report, May 5 Boundary Creek Times
Canadians are encouraged to buy the pin and wear it during April—Daffodil Month—to visibly unite everyone in the fight against cancer.
Our local branch is an essential part of our cultural experience here and need to be recognized for that, writes John Hibberson.
I hope the fundraiser not only benefited the Transition House but also created an awareness towards the horrific topic, writes Atkinson.
this is the 10th dinner put on for free on Easter Saturday, March 26, by the Lions Club.
West Kootenay Community TEETH Clinic Society is seeking partnerships with dentists, dental professionals and community members.
The Rumplestiltskein Fibre Arts Guild of Rock Creek has made a donation of $1,887.05 to the Rock Creek/Westbridge Fire Needs Committee,
Greenwood Public Library holds elections at Jan. 26 AGM.
The 2015 West Boundary bird count was enjoyed by 29 participants who sighted 56 species including 2,791 individuals.
her contribution to our city would have been substantial. That makes mention of the byelection completely within the bounds of “decorum”.
River of Dreams is a celebration of both the Kettle in particular and rivers in general.
What I do not understand is why the same people still represent the recreation commission, writes Byron Goch.
If the only message a political candidate has for us is one of fear, then it isn’t our vote he needs, writes Curtis Chamberlain.
First priority has been to make sure residents’ immediate basic needs are met.
Communications were provided by Grand Forks Amateur Radio Club members for two days, until satellite telephone service could be established.
The fire severity in the area makes it very important for users to stay on the trail.
Beneficial use can, and hopefully will, be made of the mistakes by learning from them to ensure they aren’t repeated, writes Fred Marshall.