Grace Kennedy

Agassiz speed skater heading to Canada West championships

Mya Onos, 11, is qualified for her first provincials this year, and is now taking on Western Canada

Harrison considers future of memorial bench program

Harrison to keep maintaining bench plaques, council seems to feel new benches could be in the future

LETTER: Killer whales are the new polar bears, and that’s not good

Hope resident Art Green disagrees with Tom Fletcher about how tankers will affect killer whales

New playground on the way for Pioneer Park

The accessible playground should be open by the beginning of June

Harrison Hot Springs students bring ‘Twelfth Night’ to life

The adaption of Shakespeare’s classic comedy include songs and phrases from Canada’s east coast

New logo in the works for Kent Elementary

Principal Stan Watchorn decided it was time for an upgrade

New bus stops, on-call route, coming to Agassiz

Most of the new stops will be in the eastern suburbs of the townsite

District of Kent taxes going up 3.66 per cent

The tax increase will cover policing fees, as well as drainage, capital projects and operating costs

‘Aquaman’ actor filming new TV series in Harrison Mills

Jason Momoa has been spotted around the Fraser Valley, including at Harrison’s local pub

More than $24K in grant funding for Agassiz, Harrison community groups

The annual funding gives community organizations money for operating and capital expenses

Two trailers destroyed during Sunday fire in Agassiz

The fire completely destroyed two trailers, and melted tarps several spots away

LETTER: Dance night a ‘terrific success’

Organizer Henrie de Boer thanks everyone who came out to the first Bop Til You Drop event

EDITORIAL: Forget about complaining, just turn the clocks ahead

Editor Grace Kennedy reminds everyone to turn their clocks ahead, because it’s not that big of a deal

Agassiz Eagles finish basketball provincials with no wins, but high hopes

Graduating player Katrina Lawley expects the team to make the top four next year

Sasquatch resort expansion to see revenue-sharing between province, Sts’ailes

The new agreement will see Sts’ailes come into a partnership with the resort, province

Harrison’s St. Alice Hotel featured in new murder mystery novel

Author Becky Citra will be releasing her book at the museum on March 16

Uncovering the woman behind Harrison’s St. Alice Hotel

Alice Douglas may never have visited Harrison Hot Springs, but she helped launch its industries

VIDEO: Dozens share in Agassiz history at first-ever Heritage Speaker Night

The Agassiz-Harrison Museum held its first speaker night to bring historic stories to life

Harrison’s beachfront willows to get lighting upgrades

The upgrades will make it easier to fix broken lights, but won’t solve the problem completely

Harrison Hot Springs increases parking fines to $100

The fine increase is intended to be a deterrent for offenders