Sarah Gawdin

Told ‘no’ twice by local shelter, homeless Surrey man sent to Hope anyways

Deemed medically stable, patient was taxied to Hope by hospital when a spot in Surrey wasn’t located

Don’t be afraid to share pictures of your children

I would argue sharing photos of children does more good than harm for them and the community

Celebrate Transit Driver Appreciation Day with BC Transit on Mar. 18

Say a little ‘thank you’ to the people who help you get where you need to be safely, like Sherry Lane

Hope Search and Rescue worried about looming expiry date for government funding

The province’s 80 SAR groups have been sharing $15 million in grants from previous government

Local recognized for devoting a half-century of fighting fires

Provincial, federal governements honour the 50 years Fred Robinson spent as volunteer firefighter

Provincial funding from Ministry of Education will help complete three SD 78 projects

Health and safety upgrades will be seen at the secondary school and Boston Bar Elementary

Man faces child luring, child porn charges linked to Hope, Vancouver Island

Jason Thomas Graff was in Chilliwack court on March 5 to face multiple charges

Fraser Valley anti-SOGI advocate visits Fraser-Cascade school board

Jenn Smith urged board to ‘ban the resources completely’

LEGO Expo returns to Silver Creek Elementary School for third year

This year’s event will raise funds for students, seniors

Backcountry skier rescued after getting lost near Coquihalla Summit

The skier was reported missing Saturday afternoon and was located early Sunday morning

‘Bboy’ busts out breakdancing in local Hope schools

Haitian dance instructor teaches students in Boston Bar, Silver Creek some slick moves

Hope Mountain Centre hosts annual Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

The evening is the non-profit’s annual fundraising event

Now’s your chance to own a piece of Manning Park

The resort is getting ready to sell and auction off seats from its Orange Chair Lift

Huge success for The Chilliwack Progress’s baby formula drive

Drive netted 123 cans of formula and $2,600 for Meadow Rose Society, Salvation Army Food Bank

Migrant Workers’ Centre presents Labour Trafficking Workshop in Hope for first time

The workshop will help migrant workers, service providers address issues surrounding exploitation

Graduation rates in Hope have increased by almost 11 per cent since last year

Six-year graduation rates in SD 78 have risen from 63.7 to 74.4 per cent

Students in Hope are ‘100 Days Smarter’

Coquihalla Elementary rang in 100 days of school in a concrete, yet creative manner

WATCH: Latest Heritage Minute episode filmed near Hope and features some dark local history

Airing on Feb. 20, the 60-second film tells the story of the Asahi and features the Tashme Museum

With sport, it’s best to start them young

When facing off on the court as teenagers, some players recall starting their career in elementary