Nina Grossman

Mt. Hicks fire 15% contained, continues to burn north of Agassiz

The fire, suspected to be caused by a vehicle with a flat tire, not threatening any structures

Drag boat racing makes a splash in Harrison Mills

There’s something to be said for the soft tranquility and peace of…

‘There’s a lot more fish coming,’ fishers flock to fraser for sockeye madness

It’s early afternoon on Aug. 9, just two days after the Fraser…

Editorial: Anti-media language hurts everyone

Fake news. The two words are strongly associated with a man who…

SLIDESHOW: Cats of Agassiz-Harrison

In Celebration of International Cat Day, the Observer asked for pictures of…

Todd Richard closing off concert series with new singles

Local country sensation Todd Richard is looking forward to a performance in…

Stó:lō couple improving access to local, fair trade fish

New salmon and seafood processing facility opens near Harrison Mills

Agassiz fire captain retires after 35 years

After more than three decades with the Agassiz Fire Department (AFD), John…

Police investigating after vehicle driven through crowd at Electric Love

Agassiz RCMP have ‘busiest weekend of the year’

Festival-goer releases cows, dives into manure pit on Agassiz farm

Farmers happy that no cows, people were hurt

VIDEO: An inside look at harm reduction at Electric Love

Electric Love Music Festival returned to the shores of the Fraser River…

Slideshow: an action-packed July in Agassiz-Harrison

The month of July saw one event after another in Agassiz-Harrison! Check…

Old ‘Harrison Hot Springs Hotel’ panel truck returns to area

Car was likely built in ’40s or ’50s

Harrison mayor hopeful wants to preserve ‘small town feel’

Sonny Damato makes 24 promises to voters including audit of past administration

Drug checking added to Electric Love’s overdose prevention strategy

Organizers aim to increase safety, prevent overdoses at ‘drug and alcohol free’ festival

Agassiz sisters prepare for BC Games

Girls competing in canoe/kayak races in Cowichan Valley