Adam Louis

BREAKING: Fraser River is rising, possible flooding outside dike system coming

District warns of potential flooding outside its dike system

REAL ESTATE: Your House Has Become More Than Just Home Base

Real Estate columnist Freddy Marks notes rural property demand is growing

Harrison Festival Society announces intimate concert series with July 11 show

Concert sold out within hours but will be available on video

Pandemic doesn’t hold back Canadian pride

Submit your Canada Day photos today

UPDATE w/ VIDEO: Semi crashes through barriers east of Chilliwack on Highway 1

Emergency, Hydro crews dispatched as truck goes off the road in westbound lanes

Grace-land for a day: 90-year-old celebrates milestone birthday with ‘Elvis’

Dozens of guests attended at a distance, listened to old-time rock n’ roll

E. Coli levels reach extreme levels in Harrison Lake Lagoon

High levels prompt village staff to post signage

Village officials: Water restrictions in place throughout summer

High demand creates stricter rules, which will be in place until fall

Boaters warned about high water levels on Harrison Lake

Village officials ask for added caution while recreating

Community Camera: June 25, 2020

Grace Kennedy spots some spotted friends

Seabird Island chief offers words of encouragement, caution in latest address

Chief Jim Harris congratulates gradutes, urges sustained COVID-19 efforts

Correction for Observer, June 25, 2020 issue

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District of Kent Council delivers COVID-19 updates

Re-openings, emergency prep on the agenda for district staff

Harrison floating waterpark, outdoor facilites reopening

Safe, summer time fun is right around the corner

Agassiz Fall Fair, Corn Festival postponed

Alternative event planning in the works, board of directors said

Ducklings back in quack-tion after roadside rescue

Two ducklings returned to water near Seabird Island

AESS Class of 2020 Bursary Winners

Congratulations to all the graduates!

Harrison council approves letter of support to stop the quarry

Council unanimously votes in favour of citizen group’s efforts