Jensen Edwards

RDKB to spend $5,000 to review 2020 freshet response

The province is also kicking in $5,000 for the review of flood protection rollout and communications

Kettle River closed to fishing until Aug. 25 to protect fish

The closure came into effect on Saturday, July 24

Boundary couple navigates a cross-border marriage and new home during a pandemic

Petra Nielsen and Mark Wolford dealt with a buyout and a closed border to find a home

Big White needs to sort out recycling

RDKB reports out audit of items dumped at transfer station

Boat cruises by Rock Creek beach, surprising swimmers

Conservation officer to pursue watercraft regulation changes on Kettle River

Big White needs to sort out its recycling issue to avoid higher fees

A February 2019 audit found that 21% of ‘recycled’ material weight at transfer station was trash

Music video asks Grand Forks to ‘Say What You Will’

The Board Room Café hosted an outdoor public viewing on July 17

Police get complaints from swimmers of jet boat in Kettle River

Power boats are legal in the Kettle River, but public safety an issue in summer time

67 kilometres of Columbia and Western Trail reclassified as ‘resource road’

The province is reclassifying the stretch between Fife and Castlegar as a resource road

Music video asks Grand Forks to ‘Say What You Will’ to illustrate community spirit

The 2018 flood has marked a clear before and after in the city, but there’s more to it, say residents

Greenwood museum debuts new exhibit

The museum doubles as the city’s Visitor Centre

$335K spent on 2020 Boundary flood protection

Potential flooding brings high costs to Kootenay-Boundary communities

RDKB gets emergency preparation funding from the province

The provincial grant package includes more than 100 local governments

Mills oppose Celgar’s ask for cheaper logs destined for chipper

The Castlegar mill has asked the province for a lower rate for any log that goes straight to pulp

$335K spent on Boundary flood protection for 2020 freshet

The RDKB and City of Grand Forks are submitting their receipts to the province

RDKB gets emergency preparation funding from the province

The provincial grant package includes more than 100 local governments

Christina Lake resident finds 121-year-old newspaper treasure

Doug Sandner unearthed a Boundary Creek Times from 1899 while cleaning his mother’s home

Greenwood mother and daughter win big in B.C. lottery

Myrna Bowen and Savannah Walker won $675,000 in a scratch and win

B.C. ordered to pay family of tubing accident victim $150K

Andrew Barrie and two others died in 2012 after they went over Cascade Falls while tubing