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Agassiz fire chief retiring after 28-year career

Wayne Dyer passing on role to deputy chief and long-time colleage Gerald Basten

Addressing trauma: Seabird Island’s recovery homes offer holistic approach to healing

New facilities mark investment in on-reserve recovery

New regional health care model focuses on needs of Fraser Valley communities

Community event sought input from Agassiz residents on new integrated Primary Care Network

Student search at Agassiz school was legal, says lawyer

Some parents see search as violation of their childrens’ privacy

ACE’s Christmas Breakfast looking for head cook

Chef with FoodSafe needed to step up to the plate

Agassiz Harrison Legion’s new senior-friendly garden set to open in spring

Raised beds, wide paths improve accessibility

Mount Woodside fire was started by cannabis oil production gone wrong, says AFD

Blaze destroyed a home on the mountain earlier this month

Agassiz Harrison in need of teen gifts and basic food donations this season

Community services collecting donations for food bank, Christmas hampers

More students seeking mental health support, says SD78 school board

Assistant superintendent says SD78 has more special education assistants per capita than others

Agassiz Harrison school bus driver to appear on The Fifth Estate

Gary Lillico’s petition for school bus seat belts earn him a spot on the long-running CBC show

More than $40,000 worth of crystal meth seized at Kent Institution

CSC says it is heightening measures to prevent more contraband from entering prisons

Kilby reopens for warm weather, eagle-watchers

Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival brought in thousands weekend prior

Harrison council votes to remove over 20 trees; accepts Timbro work bid for drainage project

Council obligated to accept lowest bidder, despite controversial history in Village

Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival explodes in popularity, draws thousands to Mission, Harrison Mills

Weather, news, social media contribute to high turnout, says president

District of Kent to implement snow fence pilot project

$8,000 project to help prevent hazardous, drifting snow, and more from Kent council

PHOTOS: Harrison warms up to Christmas

The Lions Club hosts holiday event for community

Agassiz teacher’s Amazing Race takes students on Canada-wide adventure

AESS students say they had the experience of a life time

Gas price drop expected to hit Fraser Valley today

Analyst says to take advantage, warns slight increase may follow