Greg Laychak

Village of Harrison council briefs

A look at last Tuesday's Village of Harrison Hot Springs public meeting

Agassiz Christian science fair fires imaginations

From K to 7, the local elementary school event is all-inclusive

Agassiz Al-Anon: Hope and support for families

One woman tells the story of living with an alcoholic and the organization that saved her

Agassiz Harrison around town

Pictures from recent local happenings in the Agassiz Harrison community

Kent debates streamlining ag applications

Local advisory committee skipped in process, asks for clarification of guidelines

Community rallies to help families affected by Logan fire

After the fire, a movement driven by social media collects donations for the three affected families

Animal control moves to regional approach

Fraser Valley Regional District will now handle animal control services in local area

Agassiz elementary secondary hosted Gr. 9 basketball

Junior girls lose, but games were close; Abby Christian wins

Area firefighters battle Agassiz house fire

Crews from Agassiz, Popkum and Harrison Hot Springs tackled the flaming duplex on Logan Road Saturday

Safety paying dividends at RIMEX

Agassiz facility has cleaned up after heavy investment into safety and efficiency

Taking science on the road

Science World hits the road and visits Agassiz Harrison schools

Assessments show modest increase

Acreages up 10 per cent, residential over 5 per cent increase

Senior girls in tight fight for top spot

AESS Eagles are ranked fifth in the province and have momentum after second tourney win

Refreshing start to the new year

Craziness and new beginnings are reasons for annual polar dip in the Harrison River.

Agassiz welcomes first baby of 2016

Proud parents of Agassiz's New Year's baby settle in at home after a holiday in the hospital

Ernie Crey elected chief of Cheam

First Nation has 'many irons in the fire' moving forward as new council takes over this week

Popkum Community Trail part of upgrade

Popkum trail's new cedar steps were part of a provincial work experience program in Fraser Valley

Vehicle flips on Rockwell

Tow capacity apparently misjudged, vehicle loses control and ends up in ditch

Christmas hampers are back in Agassiz-Harrison

The program returns for its second year to help families who need a hand during the holidays

Journalist with Agassiz roots wins national photo prize

Brendan McAleer won first place photography prize in 2015 Automobile Journalists Association of Canada’s awards