Kevin Mills

The high cost of snow: Mission spends hundreds of thousands to keep roads clear

District spends $712,000 over three months on snow clearing.

Mission to build $8.3 million sewer line under Fraser River

Federal and provincial government announce funding for the infrastructure project.

Three new campgrounds planned for Mission’s Stave West area

The total cost estimated to complete the three campgrounds is $497,000.

District supports Mission Soapbox Derby

Council decides to give annual race $4,200 in funding despite organizers missing application deadline.

New firehall plan needed for Mission

Station required in Cedar Valley soon, Hatzic and Silverdale halls are future concerns.

Seven-year-old Mission girl honoured for her brave battle and positive attitude

Scouts Canada presents Mission’s Peyton Dionne with Award for Fortitude.

Police warn public not to engage criminals after Mission man pepper-sprayed

“We certainly understand the desire to get involved directly, but always caution the public to leave crimes in progress to us.”

$41.5 million to be spent to widen Lougheed Highway in Mission.

Upgrades part of a $70-million strategy for the Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge and Mission corridor.

Walkers raise $26,000 at Mission’s Coldest Night of the Year event

all proceeds will go to the Mission Youth House (MY House) and Hope Central.

Mission soapbox derby in jeopardy?

Organizers are low on money due to missing deadline to apply for district funding. Appeal to council for help.

Mission RCMP Inspector credits team for reducing property crime

Prolific offender suppression team ‘directly associated’ with lower stats, focus on crime hot spots also a factor.

Mission woman has a knack for calming cats

Pat Jackman has volunteered at the Fraser Valley Humane Society for more than seven years.

Mission schools on the rise, but is data incomplete?

Fraser Institute report indicates elementary schools on the rise, but superintendent says more data needed.

Bear Hide march in Mission raises awareness about violence against women and children

Close to 200 people marched down First Avenue in Mission, singing and drumming in support of the campaign.

Grammar assignment at Mission school appears to describe domestic violence

Online debate has begun about whether a Hatzic Middle School teacher should have used the student written paragraph.

New public art piece planned for Mission

The intended outcome of this project is to capture the history and pride of Mission over the last 125 years in a piece of original art work

Mission’s property crime rate drops 20% in 2016, according to RCMP report

Prolific Offender Suppression Team, is having the desired effect on crime in the District of Mission.

SNOWBOUND: Mission residents staying home to ride out the storm

It's been a quiet weekend in Mission as many people are unwilling to go out in the snow.

Makerspace: A new kind of learning experience

Silverdale Elementary students enjoy a hands-on program of concepts and design that could spread to the entire Mission School District.

Mission enjoys second highest population growth in B.C. in 2016

Mission grew by about 1,500 new residents (3.9 per cent), bringing its total population from 38,375 in 2015 to 39,873 in 2016.