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VIDEO: Agassiz, Harrison honour Remembrance Day

The annual ceremony took place at AESS, followed by a moment of silence at the Agassiz cenotaph

Inmate captured after Friday morning escape from Harrison Mills institution

Roger Sampson escaped the Kwìkwèxwelhp Healing Village around 7:15 a.m.

Bullying remains key concern in ACE move to Agassiz high school

The move could be temporary, as AESS aims to get funding for a total replacement in two years

No lead scare for Agassiz, Hope school water systems

A national investigation sparked a closer look at lead levels across the country

Harrison Mills to welcome thousands of eagles this winter

Visitors will get a chance to see the many eagles at the Bald Eagle Festival this month

Agassiz weight-loss group celebrates 50 years

TOPS started with six women in a basement, and now boasts 37 members who meet weekly

Harrison considers regulating soil deposits for first time

The soil deposit bylaw has been referred back to staff for more information on invasive species

UPDATE: RCMP dive team recovers vehicle from Harrison Lake

The team retrieved the vehicle around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday

Prolific offender from Cultus Lake arrested

RCMP took Ian Mountain into custody more than three months after releasing a warrant for his arrest

Fraser Cascade support staff ratify three-year agreement

The agreement will see support staff workers get a two per cent wage increase each year

VIDEO: Two killed when SUV veers into Harrison Lake

The only survivor managed to get out of the partially submerged SUV

Agassiz Social Justice film festival to feature inspiring youth

‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’ and ‘He Called Me Malala’ will be playing Nov. 7 and 8

Agassiz man a pioneer in falcon breeding

John Lejeune is now retired, but his legacy lives on through his Agassiz breeding centre

Residents say no to boardwalk, yes to lake connection for Harrison lagoon

The Harrison Lagoon Area Master Plan finished its public consultation last week

Agassiz ‘Community Living Room’ to bring new events to CRCC

The new event series will give local experts a chance to share their knowledge for free

Grant could see fire management for Harrison Highlands

The District of Kent approved a $40K grant application to UBCM

Harrison elementary to undertake lockdown drill Friday

The drill will see students go through the motions of a lockdown, just like during a fire drill

Kent to consider shipping containers as barns on farmland

Changes to the zoning bylaw would allow farmers to use the containers for things other than storage

Agassiz alternative school begins slow transition to AESS

No timeline on move as students, teachers come to terms with program change

VIDEO: Loose cow causes traffic problems on Highway 1 in Chilliwack

The bovine tumbled out of the back of a trailer while travelling westbound on the highway