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Fire destroys house in Greenwood on Saturday

Neighbours say the fire started around 11:30 a.m.

Moose tests positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in northwest Montana

This is the first time the disease has been detected in the species in Montana

Grand Forks residents rally for a ‘fair deal’ in flood buyouts

Demonstrators also criticized how long it has taken to be offered land deals

Police seize drugs, weapons and cash from Christina Lake residence

One man was arrested when RCMP executed a search warrant on Nov. 14

Warfield Director elected to head seat on regional board

Mayor Diane Langman is board chair of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary

RDKB directors divided over dam revenues and fire service

East-end directors voted in favour of using $300,000 from the dam to support the RDKB fire service

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Boundary Community Food Bank welcomes new board of directors

Demand at the food bank is surging, community-wide

Cannabis company gets green light to plant at Rock Creek facility

SpeakEasy Cannabis Club gets indoor growing license from Health Canada

Buyout residents ask for expert representation in land negotiations

City: ‘We’re really hoping that […] we can come to agreements that preserve people’s net worth’

Louis Riel Day celebration coming to Grand Forks

The Boundary Métis Community Association will host a celebration and flag raising on Nov. 15

One killed in Sunday crash on Highway 3 near Rock Creek

The victim of the two-vehicle crash was a West Boundary resident

RCMP disrupt Castlegar-Trail-Salmo drug flow

Bust on Nov. 6 leads to two arrests

Construction underway for Grand Forks Indigenous daycare

The Coalition of Indigenous Nations Society expects the centre to open March 2020

Boundary Historical Society goes digital

The society’s 17 published reports are now available online

  • Nov 7, 2019

Midway asks for input on Official Community Plan

Residents gave their input on what to do with new land, youth resources and accessibility changes

Cutting down the Kaiser: How Canadian lumberjacks helped win the First World War

By Armistice Day in 1918, nearly 24,000 men made up the Canadian Forestry Corps

RDKB declares climate action imperative

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary joins other local governments in declaration

Grand Forks property buyout negotiations, purchases to begin in December

The City has proposed a land swap deal for affected residents

Young artists showcased at Gallery 2

Is Art will be a recurring youth arts showcase that will run three more times this school year