The bald and the beautiful

Locals send in their best bald eagle shots

Week in review – November 17

Startling statistics, Bald Eagle Festival and more.

Chilliwack boy drops puck at Canucks fight cancer game

Carter Johnston, 11, fighting osteosarcoma and has a growing, prosthetic leg

SD78 trustee advocates for defibrillators in schools

Says machines could save lives of students, staff

Career education extends to SD78 youngsters

Robots could teach pre-K students programming, says committee vice principal

K'omoks artist/anthropologist featured at Ruby Creek gala
    Century-old press in action at Kilby Thanksgiving
      Agassiz-Harrison Observer's Week in Review for Sept. 22
        AquaVan 150 wraps up cross-country tour in Vancouver

          WATCH: Keep your kitchen catchers clean

          Fraser Valley woman demonstrates how to make a bag out of newspaper

          Chilliwack organization running on faith and donations

          Pearl Life Renewal Resource Centre ready to help Chilliwack’s sexually exploited women

          Laying down Agassiz roots

          Iranian couple uses Agassiz soil to fulfill their dream of developing an eco-farm

          • Nov 15th, 2017

          Grand Canyon trek the ‘most amazing experience’

          Lower Mainland woman – and 19 friends – check off bucket-list item

          Vancouver Island woman draws portrait of B.C. fire chief who was swept away by floods

          ‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.

          Team B.C. wins second straight bronze at nationals

          B.C. defeats Saskatchewan 2-1 in overtime.

          • Nov 13th, 2017

          Gift to Chilliwack veteran brings tear to his eye

          Young sisters give handmade gift to veteran, along with donation for the poppy fund

          Lest we forget

          Agassiz, Harrison, Kent remember and honour veterans, first responders

          Week in review – Nov. 10

          Fallen officer, chop shop bust and more

          Public rallies around B.C. woman after life-altering brain aneurysm

          A GoFundMe page has been set up after a Langley mom was hospitalized

          Korean War vet dedicates poppy torch to In Flanders Fields author

          Melvin Anderson served in Korea in the early 1950s, and now visits local schools

          Curling team organizes blood drive to help save lives

          Team Wark has teamed up with Canadian Blood Services to bring in much-needed units of blood