Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Public Service Announcement

Please join us for the 31st annual Rock Creek Christmas Craft Fair to be held Saturday,  Dec 7th at the Rock Creek Fair Pavilion from 10am to 3pm.

A delicious lunch of homemade soups, buns and desserts will again be available to holiday shoppers.

Santa pictures for your little ones, or yourself, will be taken in a quaint log cabin on the grounds.

Come to our country fair; shop, meet friends, visit your neigbours and help support over 40 local vendors and small businesses!

-Many thanks,
Carol Carlton

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


A violent sex offender who fled Canada was arrested in Seattle ... Police say just before 6am Tuesday morning they received several reports that a man was yelling in an alley ... They found a small knife on him, and booked him into the King County Jail for harassment.

Sex Offender Speaks

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Anyone Recognize This?

A Grand Forks' house in the 19th Street area of Grand Forks, south of the Rec Center, suffered vandalism.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013


A high-risk sex offender who ditched his monitoring bracelet is still on the run and is likely hiding in the Lethbridge, Alta. area, police said Tuesday.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Say Something Good

   Sometimes it is difficult not to fret over the evil doings of certain politicians as they work their ways of iniquity behind polished masks of phoney-goodness. It is easy to forget that they will one day wither like cut grass and blow away like hollow chaff.
   They borrow in their seemingly drunkenness to fulfill their lofty dreams, but expect others after them to repay.
   They give generous tax-breaks to their friends --- and themselves --- while increasing the burden on the poor and needy. They take from the underprivileged and give to the rich and then slap each other on the back saying what a great job they are doing. 
   The tax-breaks to businesses allegedly lead to more jobs, but in reality they lead to much higher corporate profits. Workers meanwhile work harder and find more production squeezed out of them. What few new jobs appear often pay 1976 wages.
   The rich get much richer; everyone else notices their purchasing power ever decreasing. The politicians continue to proffer platitudes of emptiness and dangle false flags of hope in the faces of the people like a carrot in front of a work horse.
   Yet amongst the often earned distrust, hate and contempt one can find towards politicians, one tries to find something good to say.
   This challenge came out of the blue: Name two good things the Liberal government have done.
   The answer came surprisingly fast and sure:
   1 – They tore down and ended the toll booths on the Coquihalla Highway. Whoever heard of a government ending a toll booth? At ten dollars a car every time --- some paid forty --- on a very busy highway, that is a lot of continuous guaranteed money for a government to give up. Can one think of any government that would do that today?
   2 – They ended photo-radar, those all-seeing government eyes ready to hit you with an instant $136 fine --- often more --- the moment you made the slightest slip. Another easy cash-cow killed.
   In this day when some governments think their whole purpose is to raise money, those were two surprising --- and perhaps shocking --- moves.

Police State Extreme

One 19 year-old gunman was on the loose and the authorities put a whole city and its suburbs on lock-down for an entire day. Is there something wrong with this picture?

Thursday, March 7, 2013

New Reality

The residential City Of Greenwood Utility Bill for the year 2003 = $300
The residential City Of Greenwood Utility Bill for the year 2013 = $558.10

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Thursday, January 10, 2013