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Unveiling the Bronze Miner

On Wednesday, Feb 21, people gathered in Greenwood, B.C. for an unveiling ceremony. What was unveiled was a bronze statue of a miner installed on the front space outside the Assay Office (just beside the Museum). The brisk weather kept… Continue Reading →

How Did Grand Forks End Up With All That Black Slag Sand?

One of the unique visual features of Grand Forks is the huge black piles of sand just north of town along the bank of the Granby River (once known as the North Fork of the Kettle River). Ever gazed at… Continue Reading →

Change in Newspaper Reproduction

With the change in the month also comes a change in the Old News aspect of our website. Previously the reproductions of the newspapers attempted to reproduce the Black & White aspect of the original printed pages. As close as… Continue Reading →

Work Party Help At Phoenix Cemetery

We had a work party at the Phoenix Cemetery in the early morning of July 15, 2017. Barry Noll and Al Donnelly from Greenwood showed up as well as Mike Nadon with equipment from EMCON. With board members Doreen Sorensen,… Continue Reading →

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