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Ministry of Energy and Mines, adopts soil removal bylaw agreement aims to reduce conflicts over gravel extraction
Vigil aims to raise awareness for missing and murdered Aboriginal women across Canada.
An Agassiz-Harrison Community Services fundraiser determined the thrift store's new name.
Nikki gabriel's 10-year-old son credited with saving his sleeping mom
Fundraiser will also include traditional Dutch treats
With school now in session, school zone speed limits are back in place.
Harrison Hot Springs resident, and now author, Neil MacLean has written a tell-all book on his time as a correctional officer.
Agassiz-Harrison Community Services hosts second Paint Party.
The Frayn family says the animal will help him in school.
For the first time, Central Community Church's Agassiz and Chilliwack campuses will be coming together for one service.
Police hope public will join two crime prevention initiatives.
Not Lost at Sea by Siobhan Humston is showing at the Ranger Station Art Gallery from September 4-28.
The First Responder PTSD Awareness Charity Golf Tournament takes place on Friday September 9 at the Falls Golf Club in Chilliwack.
Problems with an electrical outlet caused a house at 8386 Qualq Rd. to catch fire Wednesday morning
Before school starts again and the weather starts to cool off, Bands on the Beach is back for the sixth year.
Roxanne Gagnon's exhibit Hand Built, which is showing at the Ranger Station Art Gallery, combines beauty with functionality.
The #onebagchallenge uses social media to support the Agassiz-Harrison Community Services Food Bank.
As August brings the warmer temperatures to the Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs areas, the tourism industry is in full swing.
Rio Samaya consists of Pancho and Sal, partners in life and music, who join forces to perform a blend of original songs and world favourites
Concerts are on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Pioneer Park. Rio Samaya will be performing on August 3.