Karissa Gall

PHOTOS: Sts’Ailes students scale glaciers as part of mountain skills and wilderness program

‘It’s not just about taking kids hiking, it’s actually about connecting them to the land’

Harrison cancels curbside collection due to ‘extreme weather conditions’

All garbage, recycling, organics and Christmas trees will be picked up on Jan. 23 instead

Agassiz Community Garden plants roots on BC Hydro land

Garden society hopes to get new Morrow Road location operational by spring

‘They had to pull the plug in the end:’ Film crew cancels Agassiz shoot due to weather

Gravity Productions says planned road closures are no longer in effect

Harrison Festival family ‘barn dance’ cancelled due to snow

Festival society hopes to reschedule after cancelling traditional called dance

‘Let’s give it shot’: Harrison council approves block party pilot project

Residents will be able to apply for seed money to host block parties starting in April

UPDATE: ‘Archaeology in the Agassiz-Harrison Valley’ event postponed due to weather

Agassiz-Harrison Museum will reschedule debut of winter speaker series when conditions improve

‘We feel like we are home’: Newcomer families adapting well in Agassiz

Two newcomer familes are settling in after arriving in Agassiz in 2019

Harrison council approves concept for new public education, visitor information signs

Four of the new sign structures will be installed between Civic Plaza and Rendall Park

Harrison council approves purchase of new barbecue sites

The designated sites will use up to $56,000 of the village’s reserve funds

Harrison Festival presents its first family ‘barn dance’

The event will feature a live band and caller, who will teach contra, square, and round dances

Kent Harrison Search and Rescue looks back on 2019

Two serious incidents on Harrison Lake stood out for Search and Rescue manager Neil Brewer

VIDEO: How to recycle your real Christmas tree around Harrison and Agassiz

There’s curbside collection for some, drop off for a fee and of course, the goats that eat Christmas

VIDEO: Harrison Polar Bear Swim 2020 attracts more than 100 registered swimmers

A rainbow appeared over Harrison Lake just before swimmers started running toward the water

Agassiz red kettle campaign raises close to $2,000 for the Salvation Army

Organizer Rose Tustian hopes to bring the kettles back to the community next year

Volunteers provide annual holiday breakfast to Agassiz seniors

The Agassiz Centre for Education started the tradition in 2011

Paperboys set to party onstage at Harrison Memorial Hall

Vancouver band will help Harrison Festival Society kick off 2020 with a night of roots music

Ferry Road closure was due to death: Agassiz RCMP

RCMP had blocked off Ferry Road under the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge for a few hours on Dec. 25

Polar dip roundup: 3 places around Agassiz and Harrison to take the plunge on New Year’s Day

These three events all promise a frigid start to your new year

PHOTOS: Harrison names ‘Light Up’ contest winners

The Observer got a behind-the-scenes look at the judging of the lights displays