Della Mallette

Get ready for a spooktacular good time

Grand Forks is observing the centuries’ old celebration of Halloween in a big way this year.

Davidson launches book

Lesli Davidson capped off her Grand Forks weekend by appearing at the library’s Storytime, and for a book-signing at Pedaller’s Place.

Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities hosts social

Sports, arts and culture, emergency services—all and more benefit from our community foundation through its granting process.

Christmas dinner needs help or it will be cancelled

The Grand Forks Community Christmas Dinner may not happen if volunteers don’t step forward now.

Fire destroys Grand Forks home

The cause of the fire is possibly electrical, says Fire/Rescue Chief Dale Heriot.

Spray park officially open

The spray park was a Grand Forks Rotary Club community project, which is now owned by the City of Grand Forks.

Fundraiser in the name of Relay!

Tomorrow, Saturday, is the Boundary Country Relay For Life

Coloured crosswalk lights up the street

Two rainbow crosswalks were painted near city hall over the weekend.

Candidates face electorate at forum

Candidates for the Grand Forks city byelection will be at an all-candidates forum Tuesday.

Big Hog dug until the land was forsaken

Reckonings column by Della Mallette, May 4 Grand Forks Gazette.

The abandoned well took Kathy away, Jimmie sang

Reckonings column by Della Mallette, April 13 Grand Forks Gazette.

Greenwood residents could be off to the polls

A byelection was necessary following the passing of Nola Tutti; a second seat has opened up with the resignation of Councillor Darla Ashton.

This column isn’t for everyone – there’s a definite ‘ewww…’ factor

Reckonings column by Della Mallette, Grand Forks Gazette

Interfor recognizes driver’s bravery

Baxmann was deriving his logging truck when he met a jeep that had crossed the centre line. His quick thinking prevented catastrophe.

Council Julia Butler keeps her seat, Supreme Court judge says

The Honourable Mr. justice Greyell dismissed the city’s application to have Grand Forks City Councillor Julia Butler disqualified.

Projects get early budget approval

Briefs from the Grand Forks City Council regular meeting Feb. 15.

Big talk about little things

The conversation, facilitated by designer/builder Peter Matheson, focused on small housing, downsizing, cluster housing and eco-zoning.

Winter’s over, says Phil, but let’s celebrate Family Day

Reckonings column by Della Mallet, Feb. 10 Grand Forks Gazette.

Gie her a haggis!

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59 celebrates Robbie Burns Night.

Roy Ronaghan, we will miss you

Reckonings column by Della Mallete, Jan. 13 Grand Forks Gazette.