Grace Kennedy

SD78 asks for vaping controls, education

The school district trustees will send a letter to the province on their concerns around vaping

Thanksgiving drive raises 600lb of food for Agassiz-Harrison Community Services

The annual drive is put on by Agassiz’s Red Apple store

Housing concerns prompt decline in Fraser Cascade’s student enrolment

This year saw lower than projected enrolment, likely because of families moving out of the district

‘Re-emerging’ artist takes on Harrison’s Ranger Station residency

Painter Ava P. Christl will be the gallery’s newest artist in residence

Kent wastewater plant gets $7,500 grant for improvement study

The district will be looking at modifications to its digester system

New event invites Agassiz to meet museum’s resident ghost

The Haunted Museum Tour will take place on Oct. 26 and 30

REAL ESTATE: Homesteading in the Cariboo a reality

Columnist Freddy Marks talks about why so many are looking to a ranch life when it comes to property

Harrison gets ready for a weekend of beer, food and music

The eighth annual Harrison Beer Festival will be returning Oct. 25 and 26

Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon candidates answer questions

The local candidates are running for a seat in the House of Commons

Harrison girl to get long-awaited kidney transplant

Cypress Roed’s family hopes the community will come together to support them through the transplant

West Coast Robotics breaks ground on new Agassiz facility

The Harrison Mills company is hoping to move to Agassiz by March 2020

VIDEO: Agassiz lights candles in memory of missing, murdered Indigenous women

The Sisters in Spirit vigil took place at the Agassiz United Church

EDITORIAL: Extreme weather shelter not a harbinger of doom

Editor Grace Kennedy explains what an extreme weather shelter is, and why Harrison should relax

Residents invited to talk housing in Harrison

The community is undergoing a house needs assessment to see where gaps are in the village

Harrison looking to allow golf carts on roadways

Staff and the Age-Friendly Committee are looking at the possibility of allowing carts on streets

Harrison Mills meeting questions federal candidates on local issues

Residents asked what candidates would do about drainage, the Kent quarry and the cultural hub

Extreme weather shelter possible in Harrison

A 10-bed shelter could be possible for the house next to the former Harrison Gospel Chapel

Harrison residents say no to tax-funded medical clinic

The clinic would have brought a doctor and nurse practitioner to the village once a week

Contest underway to name Harrison’s new skating rink

The person behind the winning name will receive $200

Tension high over Harrison cultural hub petition

Mayor and residents had differing views on the transparency around the proposed hub and land sale