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One truck stolen in Christina Lake, another recovered

RCMP are looking for a blue 2001 Ford F350 pickup truck that was stolen from Brown Road in Christina Lake sometime between the morning of Jan. 22 and the afternoon of Jan. 23. Police are asking anyone with information on the theft or who knows where the truck is to...

Canada Rock Fest 2023 cancelled

One of the biggest events in Grand Forks in recent years won't go ahead in 2023. Canada Rock Fest organizer Chuck Varabioff said in a Facebook post Saturday that he has cancelled the event for health reasons. "This decision was not an easy one because I love what I have done...

Replace Interior Health with local stakeholder board, Grand Forks councillor proposes

A Grand Forks councillor wants to see more local control of health care decisions. Coun. Christine Thompson is proposing the B.C. health authorities, like Interior Health, be replaced with a local boards of directors. “...appointed by the regional district boards of directors where regional and/or tertiary hospitals are located, and must...

Selkirk College ranked 29th among top research colleges

Selkirk College has moved up four notches in the latest rankings of Canada's top research colleges. Research Infosource Inc., which produces the annual report, had Selkirk in 29th place, up from 33rd the previous year and 39th the year before that. The college says its research and innovation arm received $3.7...

Will new government program help save the Midway sawmill?

Will a new program announced this week by the provincial government to guarantee fibre to small and medium-sized wood product manufacturers help the Midway sawmill, due to shut down indefinitely in February? At first blush, it seems likely, especially since Vaagen Fibre cited a shortage of affordable fibre as the...

B.C. Government says to be careful in backcountry with heightened avalanche risk

The provincial government is asking you to be cautious in the mountains, as a heightened avalanche risk is reported across many of B.C.'s slopes. B.C. Government officials said it's important to be prepared and very careful in the backcountry areas. "Being caught in an avalanche is a life-threatening situation that has...
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