Adam Louis

Sasquatch Mountain is currently closed to the public for the season. (Photo/Sasquatch Mountain Resort)

COVID exposure at Sasquatch Mountain ended

Resort closed for the season

Sasquatch Mountain is currently closed to the public for the season. (Photo/Sasquatch Mountain Resort)
Harrison Hot Springs Council is currently meeting at Memorial Hall on Esplanade Avenue. (Adam Louis/Observer)

Harrison Council approves purchase of $600,000 fire truck

Fire truck would partially be paid for through fire department reserve funds, council reports

Harrison Hot Springs Council is currently meeting at Memorial Hall on Esplanade Avenue. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue workers and emergency personnel set up a command centre on Friday evening. It took KHSAR to find a lost hiker who veered off-course near Campbell Lake west of Harrison Hot Springs, finding them about 380 metres off-trai and escorted them safely to the trailhead. (Photo/Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue)

Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue guides lost hiker home

Hiker ended up almost 400 metres off-course as darkness fell on May 7

Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue workers and emergency personnel set up a command centre on Friday evening. It took KHSAR to find a lost hiker who veered off-course near Campbell Lake west of Harrison Hot Springs, finding them about 380 metres off-trai and escorted them safely to the trailhead. (Photo/Kent-Harrison Search and Rescue)
Members of the Miami River Streamkeepers Society released 5,000 chum salmon fry into the Miami River on April 28. This is part of an ongoing effort to preserve and support local aquatic wildlife. (Photo/Janne Perrin)

Students and streamkeepers release salmon fry into local waterways

Agassiz Christian students have been raising salmon since January as part of class program

Members of the Miami River Streamkeepers Society released 5,000 chum salmon fry into the Miami River on April 28. This is part of an ongoing effort to preserve and support local aquatic wildlife. (Photo/Janne Perrin)
The District of Kent Community Recreation and Cultural Centre. (Photo/District of Kent)

District fitness instructors welcomed into CUPE

More than 500 government employees across the Fraser Valley are part of the union

The District of Kent Community Recreation and Cultural Centre. (Photo/District of Kent)
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AESS to host fundraising car wash for class of 2021

Car wash takes place on Sunday, May 16

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The new Tourism Harrison River Valley brand promotes tourism and local businesses across the District of Kent area, including Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz, Harrison Mills and the surrounding First Nations communities. (Screenshot/Tourism Harrison River Valley)

VIDEO: New Tourism Harrison River Valley rebrand unveiled

New branding incorproates Harrison, Agassiz, Harrison Mills and area First Nations

The new Tourism Harrison River Valley brand promotes tourism and local businesses across the District of Kent area, including Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz, Harrison Mills and the surrounding First Nations communities. (Screenshot/Tourism Harrison River Valley)
The Tashme Museum recently announced a 400-square-food renovated addition to the museum and an upcoming new exhibit, all preparing for re-opening to the public in May. (Photo/Tashme Museum)

Tashme Museum welcomes renovation, new exhibit

The museum will reopen to the public in May

The Tashme Museum recently announced a 400-square-food renovated addition to the museum and an upcoming new exhibit, all preparing for re-opening to the public in May. (Photo/Tashme Museum)
UBC Sports Hall of Famer Carrie (Watson) Watts (far right, front row) helped lead the UBC Thunderbirds to the 2004 national championship, their first since 1974. She served as assistant coach a few years after graduation. (Photo/UBC)

Agassiz-born basketball star inducted into UBC Sports Hall of Fame

Carrie (Watson) Watts helped lead the team to their first championship in decades

UBC Sports Hall of Famer Carrie (Watson) Watts (far right, front row) helped lead the UBC Thunderbirds to the 2004 national championship, their first since 1974. She served as assistant coach a few years after graduation. (Photo/UBC)
(Klasina Van Oort)

Community Camera: May 7, 2021

Submit your Community Camera shots to news@ahobserver.com

(Klasina Van Oort)
Email letters to news@ahobserver.com for publication consideration.

LETTER: The kindness of Agassiz

Olga Bass of Agassiz reflects on a stranger’s kind gesture

Email letters to news@ahobserver.com for publication consideration.
Agassiz Agricultural Hall hosts COVID-19 vaccination clinics every Wednesday. District officials reported more than 300 doses are administered per week. (Adam Louis/Observer)

Agassiz-Harrison averaging 36 cases per month in 2021: BCCDC

2020’s average was about eight cases per month

Agassiz Agricultural Hall hosts COVID-19 vaccination clinics every Wednesday. District officials reported more than 300 doses are administered per week. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Harrison Hot Springs Resort employees continue to await word on labour negotiations. (Grace Kennedy/Observer)

Hospitality workers in Harrison, beyond await word on labour negotiations

UNITE HERE Local 40 reps say lockout notice still in effect

Harrison Hot Springs Resort employees continue to await word on labour negotiations. (Grace Kennedy/Observer)
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Two seriously injured in weekend Mount Woodside motorcycle crash

Agassiz RCMP thanks good Samaritans who helped

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Chilliwack-Kent MLA Kelli Paddon takes a selfie outside of Lakeside Beach Club in Cultus Lake. During "circuit-breaker" restrictions, Paddon hosted gift card giveaways to support businesses in the riding and encouraged businesses to apply for government grants to help them through the pandemic. (Facebook/Kelli Paddon MLA)

Chilliwack-Kent MLA Kelli Paddon salutes province for quick aid for small businesses

Paddon encouraged businesses in hospitality, fitness, food to apply before June 4 deadline

Chilliwack-Kent MLA Kelli Paddon takes a selfie outside of Lakeside Beach Club in Cultus Lake. During "circuit-breaker" restrictions, Paddon hosted gift card giveaways to support businesses in the riding and encouraged businesses to apply for government grants to help them through the pandemic. (Facebook/Kelli Paddon MLA)
A woman in the Harrison Mills area was attacked by a cougar on Tuesday, May 4. (File photo)

UPDATE: 2 cougars killed following attack in Harrison Mills

Attack victim remains in hospital in stable condition

A woman in the Harrison Mills area was attacked by a cougar on Tuesday, May 4. (File photo)
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Fraser Health opens vaccination to all first responders, childcare workers, school staff

Priority groups to be immunized over next 10 days

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In this 2019 photo, The Great Gordini puts on a magic show for an avid audience during the first Storytime in the Park. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

Storytime in the Park makes its virtual return in May

Upcoming livestream starts at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 5

In this 2019 photo, The Great Gordini puts on a magic show for an avid audience during the first Storytime in the Park. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)
Harrison country artist Todd Richard adjusts his camera before filming “Green and Blue” as sung by he and the students of Harrison Hot Springs Elementary. (Adam Louis/Observer)

VIDEO: Harrison elementary students team up with country artist, pay tribute to frontline workers

Students sang “Green and Blue” with Todd Richard as part of Music Monday

Harrison country artist Todd Richard adjusts his camera before filming “Green and Blue” as sung by he and the students of Harrison Hot Springs Elementary. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Sgt. Mike Sargent. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)

Local RCMP recaps COVID’s impact on 2020 crime, enforcement

Sgt. Mike Sargent presented findings to Harrison council

Sgt. Mike Sargent. (Grace Kennedy/The Observer)