Alina Konevski

Outlaws earn split on the weekend

Mission hockey squad loses 5-4 in Abbotsford but bounced back for a 7-1 win over the Ridge Meadows Flames.

EDITORIAL: Long-term thinking

It's time to plan for a sufficient water supply, especially as community populations expand.

Highway 1 collision numbers stable along Abbotsford portion

Between 2010 and 2013, there were seven people each year who suffered serious injuries due to collisions on the highway

Historic dam gets major facelift

$748 million upgrades in progress at Ruskin Dam north of Mission.

Abbotsford schools jump forward on Fraser rankings

District performs better on annual Fraser Institute list.

Clearbrook water best in world

The waterworks district in Abbotsford won its third gold medal for its tap water at a premier international competition.

Ringette: Thompson-Okanagan takes home gold

Thompson-Okanagan proved itself the strongest ringette team in the province when it beat Fraser River Delta 9-2 for gold.

Cheering for Canada in Sochi

An Abbotsford couple is in Sochi, Russia, after winning tickets to see the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Convicted sex offender returns to jail on theft

Raymond Lee Caissie served 22 years for sexually assaulting a woman in Abbotsford.

iPad lab set up at Cherry Hill Elementary

Mission school now has 28 iPad 2s after local parents’ fundraising efforts.

Parents seek missing Abbotsford woman

Rosalie Allan, 46, was last seen in October. Her boyfriend Jonathan Wood, 45, is also sought by police.

Legal opinion finds alleged conflict of interest ‘not clear and obvious’

Three councillors suggest opinion was an 'incomplete review'

Mission school district struggles to raise six-year completion rates

Overall rate stagnant, but significant improvement in aboriginal and special needs graduations.

Committee wants youth resource centre in Mission

Mission's Youth Homelessness Committee is looking for a local solution.

Carriers campaign to stop Canada Post service cuts

Canada Post plans to faze out door-to-door mail delivery within five years.

UPDATED: Two councillors quit political slate

Couns. Jeff Jewell and Jenny Stevens issued public statements Thursday morning

Mission sees rise in business break-ins

Overall violent and property crime down in Mission during last quarter.

Conflict controversy unquenched

A motion to refer allegation for a court ruling fails, with councillor involved compelled to vote.

Nurses face dozens of incidents of violence in hospitals

Chair of nurses' union Linda Pipe is increasingly concerned by the levels of violence at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Mission Memorial

UPDATED: Motion fails on conflict of interest issue

Councillors debate whether to refer allegation for court ruling.