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Mission School District schools are open today and the busses are running.
Mission school district offered counselling to kids, staff after child-luring controversy involving a local principal.
Any building that was constructed before 1980 likely contains asbestos and the district has 100-year-old buildings said the superintendent.
Debbi Chapman says helping people who need assistance can be rewarding and she loves to help kids.
With two years of his term already complete, Randy Hawes believes that he is working with a great council.
Council considers $670,000 price tag to create stand-alone, industry-run Destination Marketing Organization (DMO).
Council has now given three readings to a bylaw zoning change that would ban certain types of businesses from opening.
Phil Hope, coordinator of the Mission food centre and Christmas Bureau, says the demand for help will likely rise this year.
Owner Mike Hopcraft says centre will close on Nov. 19 unless enough money can be raised.
District seeks public's input on proposed 2017 budget.
With Remembrance Day a week away, the 101-year-old veteran of the Second World War spoke to The Record about his experience.
Career military man spent time in the army, navy and air force during his 35-year career.
The video was taken Oct. 14 at the food court in the Sevenoaks Shopping Centre in Abbotsford.
Proposed bylaw would prevent stores from getting liquor licence if within one kilometre of an existing liquor outlet.
While winds did gust on Wednesday and Friday, causing power outages to thousands of homes, the big storm expected on Saturday never came.
The annual Father's Day tradition will return in 2017 as the district steps in two days after organizers announce end of show.
Committee decides the 2016 show would be the last show coordinated by this executive. District of Mission may take over event.
The district has filed a lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court claiming that the use of the home is in violation of local zoning bylaws.
Jason James Allison took a Mission woman hostage after robbing a bank in Mission and Abbotsford.
Arcades, tattoo parlours, flea markets, vehicle rentals, tobacconists, marijuana and cheque cashing companies could be banned.