Kurt Langmann

B.C. family warns of Tide pod dangers after toddler’s near-brush with death

B.C. family warns of Tide pod dangers after toddler’s near-brush with death

Kayla White said her toddler reached inside the family’s front-loading laundry machine and bit into a Tide pod

B.C. family warns of Tide pod dangers after toddler’s near-brush with death
Ren Lunicke brings Blood Relative to Aldergrove St. Dunstan’s Church Sept. 10-12. (Submitted photo)

Former TWU student stages true-life play about gay acceptance

Shows added after Christian school’s students no longer required to sign controversial convenant

Ren Lunicke brings Blood Relative to Aldergrove St. Dunstan’s Church Sept. 10-12. (Submitted photo)
B.C.’s Ninny the goat, Kona the dog turn heads while out for daily walks

B.C.’s Ninny the goat, Kona the dog turn heads while out for daily walks

Ninny and Kona look forward to four times daily walks together

B.C.’s Ninny the goat, Kona the dog turn heads while out for daily walks
Aldergrove sex assault victim was ‘too scared to move,’ can’t ID attacker

Aldergrove sex assault victim was ‘too scared to move,’ can’t ID attacker

Victim says attacker punched her in the face when she tried to look at him

Aldergrove sex assault victim was ‘too scared to move,’ can’t ID attacker
Aldergrove woman sexually assaulted after taking out trash

Aldergrove woman sexually assaulted after taking out trash

Police seek missing materials and tips after suspect grabbed her while she was taking out the trash

Aldergrove woman sexually assaulted after taking out trash
One of many trails at Aldergrove Regional Park.

Future of Lower Mainland park in question as ownership transition hits snag

Aldergrove Regional Park, a full square mile of land, straddles the Langley-Abbotsford border

One of many trails at Aldergrove Regional Park.
KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Otter Co-op’s CEO Jack Nicholson is proud of the Retail Centre’s $6.5 million in upgrades and renovations, now nearing completion. Nicholson says the renovation of its 248 Street Retail Centre was necessary to ensure customer satisfaction and continued growth of sales.

Otter Co-op works for a bright future

95 years of strong growth and profit for co-operative’s 50,000 members

KURT LANGMANN PHOTO Otter Co-op’s CEO Jack Nicholson is proud of the Retail Centre’s $6.5 million in upgrades and renovations, now nearing completion. Nicholson says the renovation of its 248 Street Retail Centre was necessary to ensure customer satisfaction and continued growth of sales.
VIDEO: Aldergrove zoo rescues cougar cub

VIDEO: Aldergrove zoo rescues cougar cub

Orphaned cougar cub not out of the woods yet, says zoo veterinarian

VIDEO: Aldergrove zoo rescues cougar cub
‘Anything But Brave’: Stepping back from the brink

‘Anything But Brave’: Stepping back from the brink

Lesandra Simpson tells her harrowing story of drug addiction and recovery

‘Anything But Brave’: Stepping back from the brink
VIDEO: Gunmen invade Aldergrove home, injure occupant

VIDEO: Gunmen invade Aldergrove home, injure occupant

Three armed men invade residence in Aldergrove Wedenesday evening

VIDEO: Gunmen invade Aldergrove home, injure occupant
Boy airlifted to hospital after suffering serious burns

Boy airlifted to hospital after suffering serious burns

Emergency crews were on scene at the home in Aldergrove after the boy was burnt by boiling water

Boy airlifted to hospital after suffering serious burns
The Seniors Advocate office is conducting a survey of care home residents and their most frequent visitors.

Survey probes B.C.’s seniors care homes

Privacy, dignity, food quality among questions of Seniors Advocate (with VIDEO)

The Seniors Advocate office is conducting a survey of care home residents and their most frequent visitors.
Brothers Barry and Alan McLean of Valley Gravel Sales Ltd. with the Jake McDonald Mine Reclamation Award.

Valley Gravel Sales wins B.C. Mine Reclamation Award

Small family business takes major provincial prize

Brothers Barry and Alan McLean of Valley Gravel Sales Ltd. with the Jake McDonald Mine Reclamation Award.
'Stupidest question I've been asked: Do you wear pink gear?' says one of the players in the video. She retorts

‘Stupid questions’ video clip goes viral

A young female hockey player's satirical video clip on "Stupid questions female hockey players get asked" has gone viral.

'Stupidest question I've been asked: Do you wear pink gear?' says one of the players in the video. She retorts
Kwantlen artist Brandon Gabriel with the decorated drum he created for and presented to BC Hydro in thanks for the corporate contribution to the new Kwantlen longhouse. The mask above Gabriel's head was created by fellow Kwantlen artist Robert Thomas

Kwantlen Nation celebrates new longhouse

Kwantlen Nation was a beehive of activity Saturday for the grand opening ceremony of the beautiful new Kwantlen Cultural Centre.

Kwantlen artist Brandon Gabriel with the decorated drum he created for and presented to BC Hydro in thanks for the corporate contribution to the new Kwantlen longhouse. The mask above Gabriel's head was created by fellow Kwantlen artist Robert Thomas
The Cops for Cancer team presented Theresa Sperger with a crazy quilt from the Fraser Valley Quilters Guild in memory of her late son

Tears and cheers shared with Cops for Cancer riders

Thunderous roars greeted the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team at two Aldergrove schools

The Cops for Cancer team presented Theresa Sperger with a crazy quilt from the Fraser Valley Quilters Guild in memory of her late son
Corb Lund and The Hurtin’ Albertans perform on Saturday

Corb Lund will cure your ‘cabin fever’

Alberta's Corb Lund has been following his own muse, creating and performing the kind of music that makes him a happy independent artist

Corb Lund and The Hurtin’ Albertans perform on Saturday
Interior Lumber Association president Jim Hackett (at the podium) and forestry industry small businessmen (from left) Aaron Moore

HST good for B.C., says small lumber companies

HST small business Forestry industry B.C.

Interior Lumber Association president Jim Hackett (at the podium) and forestry industry small businessmen (from left) Aaron Moore