Nina Grossman

Seabird completes renovation of family home

Four-unit home ‘a place for families to heal, grow and learn’

Frustrated Harrison landlord at wits end

Jasmine McGown has been trying to evict criminally-charged tenants for over a month

Metric Modular, formerly Britco, hosting tours, lunch

Community appreciation event reaching out to locals

Single-lane traffic returning to Rosedale overhead next week

According to a Facebook post by Cheam First Nation, the schedule for…

Kilby campground reopens as water recedes

Damages, loss of May long weekend revenue impact non-profit

Boat of missing Stó:lō Grand Chief found in Fraser River, 17 years after death

Sam Douglas drowned nearly two decades ago on the river he loved

Oregon spotted frog recovery efforts making a difference

580 tadpoles released near Seabird last month in ongoing effort to revive endangered amphibian

UPDATE: Man identified in fatal incident on Harrison Lake

A family friend – who did not wish to named – has…

AESS graduating students shine at Friday ceremony

With cameras flashing and videos recording, Agassiz Elementary Seconday School’s graduating students…

Agassiz florist asking community for help

Surgery preventing Holly Tree owner Sandy Lance from operating business over summer

How we got here: a timeline of the quarry proposal and local resistance

Many residents continue fight against quarry application

Harrison hikes featured in bestselling new book

105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia shines a light on local gems

Flood pumps part of local flood mitigation tactics

Kent, Harrison use sophisticated pump systems

Local federal employees still waiting for payment, frustrations continue

Compensation following Phoenix pay system disaster taking too long, say unions

Agassiz-Harrison Friendly Phone program an opportunity for social connection

Connectedness key to health and wellness: study

Agassiz Harrison Girl Guides looking for leaders

‘Guiders’ help develop strong, positive girls in the community