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Ministry of Energy and Mines, adopts soil removal bylaw agreement aims to reduce conflicts over gravel extraction
Vigil aims to raise awareness for missing and murdered Aboriginal women across Canada.
An Agassiz-Harrison Community Services fundraiser determined the thrift store's new name.
With school now in session, school zone speed limits are back in place.
Harrison Hot Springs resident, and now author, Neil MacLean has written a tell-all book on his time as a correctional officer.
Nikki gabriel's 10-year-old son credited with saving his sleeping mom
The Frayn family says the animal will help him in school.
Police hope public will join two crime prevention initiatives.
Problems with an electrical outlet caused a house at 8386 Qualq Rd. to catch fire Wednesday morning
Roxanne Gagnon's exhibit Hand Built, which is showing at the Ranger Station Art Gallery, combines beauty with functionality.
Before school starts again and the weather starts to cool off, Bands on the Beach is back for the sixth year.
As August brings the warmer temperatures to the Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs areas, the tourism industry is in full swing.
Plans to expand the Kilby Historic Site Campground have temporarily been put on hold due to a lack of funding.
Life-saving devices are becoming an important part of emergency preparedness.
Concerts are on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Pioneer Park. Rio Samaya will be performing on August 3.
Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Club is hosting its 12th annual Harrison Dragon Boat Regatta July 23.
Cultural significance of Sts'ailes tradition being rediscovered and shared.
Residents of Gallagher Landing cite safety concerns in appeal to council.
With flood season approaching fast, a new Floodplain Management Bylaw is in the works at the District of Kent.
Members of the Agassiz chapter of the Elks Club competed in the Elk’s National Darts Championships held in Okotoks, Alta., recently.