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The lawyers for Councillor Julia Butler and the lawyers for the City of Grand Forks have pleaded their cases to the Supreme Court of B.C.
On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Feb. 3 Grand Forks Gazette.
The group met on Thursday regarding the downtown Grand Fork recycle bins, which have since been removed.
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear the BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) case regarding issues such as class size and composition.
Residents are now asked to use the recycling bins at the Grand Forks Landfill.
Fortunately for Kevin and Kathleen Coughlan, they were both able to get out of the house safely.
A new business offering local vendors an opportunity to sell their wares in one location opened recently here in Grand Forks.
The GFSS junior Wolves of Grand Forks Secondary are still undefeated following two more victories in the last week.
The Grand Forks Curling Rink played host on the weekend to the senior curling provincial play-downs.
The Grand Forks Border Bruins are heading to the play-offs for the first time in over 20 years.
Grand Forks City Council met on Jan. 11 for the regular council meeting and discussed several issues including a possible hotel tax.
Chris Stanley-Jones was the last name picked in the reverse draw for a shopping spree
The Grand Forks Secondary junior girls have put together two strong wins in a row.
Grand Forks city councillor Julia Butler will have her day in court on Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. at the Vancouver Law Courts.
Grand Forks Border Bruins honoured the 1973-74 Bruins management and players who were divisional champions that year.
Both the grade 8 and junior girls GFSS basketball teams won on Wednesday.
On the Ball column by Craig Lindsay, Jan. 6 Grand Forks Gazette
Grand Forks native Selena Demenoff has received the British Columbia Rural Interest Award.
Police Briefs, Grand Forks RCMP Detachment, as in Jan. 6 Grand Forks Gazette.
The BC Coroner’s Service has confirmed the deceased as Thomas Charles Grubisic, aged 54, of Grand Forks.