Editorial

Forty first election underway

The writ was dropped on Tuesday and we are off to the races to the polls

Slideshow: Endangered frogs leap to their new home near Seabird Island

Oregon Spotted Frog released near Seabird Island by The Canadian Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery Team

Trustees appeal to education minister saying board is ‘severely dysfunctional’

Trustees' letter to Mike Bernier highlights 4-3 split in SD78 board

School closures will continue for Friday due to icy weather

Ice and mush wreak havoc on roadways leading to school closures for the schools in Fraser-Cascade SD78

Storm gains momentum to add to the record snowfall in Agassiz and Harrison

Storm warning in effect for the communities of Agassiz and Harrison

Financial pressures for students eased by Black Press

The Black Press Business Scholarship is turning financial concerns into opportunities for lucky applicants

Drone captures epic hockey game

The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.

CP Holiday Train arrives in style

Holiday train brings with it a $7000 cheque for Agassiz Harrison Community Services

Mysterious boat washes up on shore

Mysterious vessel known as "Tail Boat" washes up on shore near Rendall Park in Harrison Hot Springs

Fraser Cascade 78 update

The Indigenous Teacher Education Program (NITEP) at Seabird College has low enrollment and could lead to its closure

Conservative nominee withdraws

Mission–Matsqui–Fraser Canyon has seen the withdrawal of Conservative candidate Liv Grewal

Prison guard union takes political stance


Union urging voters to not support Conservatives, canvases Agassiz residents Tuesday, June 16

IHIT takes over on Popkum explosion

Guns, explosion rock quiet rural neighbourhood near Agassiz

Behind the Valley’s largest book budget

FVRL Manager of support services opens the books on how selections are made

Line of Duty Funeral for Volunteer Firefighter Brian Smyth today

Public invited to stand along procession route to honour Columbia Valley firefighter

Penny Lett blood drive currently second largest in B.C.

The In Memory of Penny Lett blood drive has not only reached its 2014 goal of 500 units of blood, it has surpassed it.

Editorial: We’re all friends and neighbours

Outpouring of love and support in Agassiz and Harrison has been beautiful to behold

Editorial: This Christmas, shop local

Remember your local merchants and home-based businesses this holiday season

Editorial: Bullying is not just a child’s problem

These are adult problems — massive, tragic, debilitating problems that need to be addressed

Signs mean slow down

New school zones in Harrison may take a little getting used to, but could safe a life