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A Greenwood resident worries about being being on the hook for the legal bills because of Noll claim.
Maybe the whole-wide world doesn't know the Boundary - those who have grown up and lived here -- we know.
Questioning SD51 priorities: The money would be better spent on reopening our GFSS cafeteria .. than the black hole.
If you are the accused, one quick way to hurry along a decision in a bail hearing - try escaping during the proceedings.
Midway arena played host to a midget jamboree on March 7th that brought teams from over the mountains and across the line.
Boundary Country Real Estate Tips is a new monthly article providing advice and insight into the state of real estate.
Midway Public Library offers e-reader and iPad advice and tips.
Diabetes clinics are a possibility for the West Boundary - here's the number to phone.
Midway resident Gladys Brown is thankful that government agencies have pledge not to spray pesticides near her property.
Citing a lack of women in powerful corporate positions, Lilith Professional is holding a 6-day conference in Squamish, B.C. this August.
As the Kettle River Management Plan moves into its first year of implementation a program to benefit the Speckled Dace begins.
Boundary Youth Soccer is gearing up for another year - early registration end next Monday.
'We know the Internet can be a pretty negative place, and that this negativity can lower self-esteem and create bullying behaviour'
The Bridesville Community Club is sponsoring the Fugitives Dance Band over two days at the Rock Creek fair grounds Pavilion.
Selkirk College offers hundreds of courses through its continuing education catalogue each year.
A Midway resident sends an open letter to B.C. Attorney General Suzanne Anton urging a ban on pesticides.
The Legal Services Society of British Columbia is funding a program that provides legal aid referral services to men in the Boundary.
Greenwood resident Ray Foucher shares valuable information about calcium, magnesium and vitamin K and their roles in bone health,
The first meeting of the 2015 years was recently help for members of the Boundary C 4-H Club.
The Kettle Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church, will be hosting an eight-week DVD seminar on depression that begins on Feb. 1 in Rock Creek.